April 27, 2017 – Santa Fe College announces that registration is still available for College for Kids Summer Camp. Over 300 campers signed up on the first day of registration, April 12, beating last year’s record of 178. Spaces are filling quickly, so please register now. To see the course grid which lists the available … Continue reading Ongoing Registration for College for Kids Summer Camp
The College for Kids (CFK) summer camp at Santa Fe College is designed as an academic program offering students challenging, fun, hands-on learning experiences beyond the ordinary school environment. A wide range of classes in topics ranging from art to math to science to computer skills is available to choose from in block sessions. Classes … Continue reading College for Kids Summer Camp Registration Begins Wednesday, April 12
Gainesville, FL – Join us this summer for the Chris Mowry Basketball Camp where children ages 6-16 will learn about the game and hone their skills in a fun environment. Campers will learn all aspects of the game, compete in shooting contests, play 5-on-5 games and much, much more. A concession stand will be available … Continue reading SF ATHLETICS – CHRIS MOWRY 2017 SUMMER BASKETBALL CAMP IN JUNE AND AUGUST
Santa Fe College Community Education is offering a Budgeting Basics Seminar, Thursday, April 20, at 6:15-8:45 p.m. on the NW Campus in Building L, room 01. The fee is $29. Learn how to efficiently create a simple budget in under two hours. This system will help you get organized, pay back debt, and reduce your … Continue reading Community Education: Budgeting Basics Seminar
Santa Fe College’s Community Ed registration for spring classes is now open. It’s spring, the time for renewal in nature, and perhaps it’s also time to explore a new interest or learn new skills, or just enjoy the outdoors via a canoe trip or go on a leisurely historic walking tour. Classes begin the week … Continue reading Community Ed Spring Registration
Time is running out to register for Community Education’s College for Kids Space Challenge Camp! Students get to explore the space frontier through hands-on interactive team activities. Where: Santa Fe College Northwest Campus When: Mon. â€“ Thur., 3/20 â€“ 3/23 For Ages: 10 â€“ 14 (4th – 8th grades) Cost: $259 (includes lunch and two … Continue reading Register Now – Deadline For CFK Space Challenge Camp is March 15!
Get in touch with science, history at Seahorse Key open house Visitors of all ages will get up close and personal with local history and wildlife at the next Seahorse Key open house, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feb. 25. The laboratory is managed by UF/IFAS, with contributions from UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, … Continue reading Seahorse Key Open House This Saturday
Registration for Community Ed’s winter session is still underway! Community Education’s winter term still has some fun classes & tours yet to start! Is dancing your thing? Sign up for our Senior Line Dancing! Do you Love to Knit? How about trying our Knitting in the Round with DPNs (double pointed needles), or if you … Continue reading Register for Winter Session with Santa Fe College’s Community Education
Registration for Community Education’s fourth College for Kids Space Challenge Camp is still underway! See full course descriptions and register for CFK Spring Break Space Challenge Register at http://bit.ly/2j3RNfG. You may also call (352) 395-5193 to register by phone. Fee: $259 (includes two camp T-shirts and daily lunch from Subway).
Santa Fe College’s Community Education at the Center for Innovation and Economic Development debuted two new social media courses Thursday tailored for senior citizens. The courses were “Facebook 101 for Seniors” and “Pinterest 101 for Seniors,” which is Feb. 23… Read the full Gainesville Sun article here.
Santa Fe College Community Ed is offering three new computer workshops: Facebook 101 for Seniors and Pinterest 101 for Seniors. These workshops will expand your knowledge of the basics of these two social media platforms. We are also offering Cloud Computing which will explore the benefits & drawbacks of using the cloud. FACEBOOK 101 … Continue reading Santa Fe College Community Ed Offers New Social Media & Cloud Computing Classes
The SF Community Education team recently had an electrifying time working with the students at St. Patrick’s after school program. Students learned about the role of electrons in the process of energy flow through a circuit, with a hands-on demonstration using giant puff balls. The young inventors learned how to use LittleBits to make things … Continue reading St. Patrick’s Students Have an Electrifying SF Experience
Registration for Community Education’s fourth College for Kids Space Challenge Camp, and the winter session of classes kicked off this week. Our Community Education Winter 2017 Enrich catalog is live! To view the complete brochure and/or register online, click here http://bitly.com/CommunityEdWinter17 See the full course descriptions for CFK Spring Break Space Challenge or register at … Continue reading Registration for CFK Space Challenge & Community Ed Has Launched!
The Center for Innovation and Economic Development (CIED) celebrates two companies that won top honors as the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce recognized local nonprofits and businesses for their excellence and innovation. 2 College Brothers Moving and Storage Company Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year 2 College Brothers is a former CIED incubator. … Continue reading Two CIED Companies Win Top Honors
Join in the fun at Corks & Colors Canvas and Pottery Studio for a Mommy and Me Painting class! Saturday, 11/19 from 1 pm – 3 pm. The $20 fee covers 1 adult a child and all materials (please, no children under 7). To register, visit the Community Ed website at bit.ly/1yI4Ou4, or call 352-395-5193. How about learning … Continue reading Learn Fun Crafts and Healthy Creations With Community Education Class
Enjoy your surroundings with an historic walking tour sponsored by the Santa Fe College Community Education office, of two of our local towns: Downtown Historic District Walking Tour This walking tour led by Gainesville historian Melanie Barr will focus on the downtown entertainment district. We will learn about some of Gainesville’s most significant buildings … Continue reading Historic Walking Tours of Gainesville and Micanopy Florida
Michelle Theus is leaving us after 21 years! Michelle and her husband are moving to North Carolina. Michelle earned a certificate in Business Computer Programming and then an AS degree in Computer Information Technology from Santa Fe. She has worked at the Disabilities Resource Center for 11 years, helping students and faculty. Prior to this, … Continue reading Come Say Farewell to Michelle Theus
The Displaced Homemaker Program staffed a table for the City of Gainesville’s Happyween on Saturday at Depot Park Station. Karen, JoAnn, Wanda, and Ayesha greeted the hundreds of children, parents, grandparents who were participating in the event. Many local agencies offered information and candy to the Trick or Treaters – it was a great event … Continue reading “Happyween” at Depot Park Station
Last week, Santa Fe College was represented at the National Science Foundation Advanced Technology Education Conference by several members of the college. They presented a collaborative research project between Western Michigan University, Santa Fe Community College and Santa Fe College. This project is investigating ATE (Advanced Technical Education) funded projects that have developed online courses or course … Continue reading Online Technical Education In ATE Programs
Join the SF Blount Center and Civic Engagement and Service at Santa Fe College for a community cleanup project in the historic Porters neighborhood! Bring a friend and meet us at Porters Community Center at 10 a.m. on October 28, 2016. Gloves, tools, and lunch will be provided. To learn more about the Porters community, check out this article: http://www.gainesville.com/news/20130218/life-is-brighter-in-gainesvilles-porters-neighborhood … Continue reading Santa Fe College Will Participate in Civic Engagement at Porters Community Center
The unusual, the different, the fun, the curious. These are just a few of the types of classes you may find in the Community Education Course Brochure. Take a look below at a sample that are currently being offered, and sign up today! THE JOY OF FLYING (DRONES) Wonder what the real scoop is … Continue reading Never Too Late To Take a Class Through Community Ed!