Project Elevate

Educate, Life Skills, Enrichment, Vocational Skills, Advocacy, Transition, Empowerment

RCC is offering 4 Non-Credit Community Classes this summer that are engaging, interactive, hands-on and focus on the skills related to “adulting” targeting individuals 18+ years.

All abilities are welcome to participate in Project ELEVATE in an inclusive environment on the SUNY Rockland Campus in Suffern, NY!

  • Learn life skills
  • Build Self Esteem and Confidence
  • Make New Friends
  • Have Fun!

Contact

Project ELEVATE
845-574-4110
[email protected]

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industrial kitchen

Dates

Session 1: June 21 – July 2, 2021
Session 2: August 16 – August 27, 2021

Due to COVID restrictions, space will be limited.

Daily Class Schedule

TimeActivity
9:30 am – 10:15 am:First Aid for the Home
10:30 am – 11:15 am:Fitness 4 Life
11:30 am – 1:00 pm:Kitchen Skills Development
1:00 pm – 1:30 pm:Lunch
1:45 pm – 2:30 pm:Cell Phone Photography

Students may register and attend both sessions. The class descriptions will remain the same. However, different materials and activities will be presented in the first and second sessions for these Non-Credit Classes.

Prerequisites for Attendees:

  • New Student Enrollment Form
  • Medical and Emergency Contact Form
  • Picture/Video Consent Form

Class Descriptions

This movement class will reinforce the importance of physical fitness in our daily lives. The physical fitness exercises will target the development of core strength and motor coordination through the following 4 areas: aerobic, strength training, flexibility, and balance. Students will be taught how to develop a SMART goal that will help them measure their progress. Students will be encouraged to compete against themselves to improve their performance.

This introductory class will teach individuals how to respond to emergencies that may happen in the home. This class will cover the basics of: when to call 911 and how to access the 911 system; and first aid care for cuts, burns, falls, electrical shock, and choking. Topics such as the elements of CPR and use of an AED will be introduced. Students will be given materials that are required for practicing first aid skills during class.

This class will be the core focus of Project ELEVATE and will be co-taught with a SUNY Rockland Hospitality Instructor. The class will introduce students to elements of the ServSafe curriculum including: appropriate kitchen safety guidelines and procedures, kitchen sanitation, and personal hygiene for safe food handling. The students will apply established safety rules and guidelines to maintain a safe kitchen environment as they utilize the SUNY Rockland kitchen to make lunch for themselves!

This beginner class will teach students the basics of photography including the rule of thirds, focal point, and perspective. Students will be expected to utilize the camera on their individual cell phones or tablets to create projects in which they incorporate the basics of photography.

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person taking a picture on a cell phone camera
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Overhead view of campus

Bundled Class Fee

Discount pricing for attending all 4 classes (Savings of $225)

ClassCost
Fitness 4 Life$250
First Aid$250
Kitchen Skills$350
Cell Phone Photography$250
Total$1,100

Individual Class Fees

 

ClassCost
Fitness 4 Life$300
First Aid$300
Kitchen Skills$425
Cell Phone Photography$300