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SP21WR104OL
Email Mariah Duffey at mariah.duffey@stockton.edu to discuss your work and editors BEFORE registering for this service. Dissertations or capstone projects will be edited ensuring correct APA 7th edition standards, gender neutral language, and cultural competency. Edited dissertations will be ProQuest ready. Once your registration is received, you will be provided with a list of editors to choose from. You will then be matched with an editor based on topic, length of paper, and availability. Our editors do not offer editing services beyond the scope of correct APA 7th edition standards, insurance of gender neutral language, and cultural competency. More
Dates Dates: Fully online
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Status Status: 9 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 9 seats
SP21AC102OL
In this course, held in April for National Poetry Month, we’ll read poems about the natural world. After a tough 2020 and another winter of the pandemic, we’ll explore how poems can bring joy and wonder into our lives. We’ll read a range of contemporary poems, and the course will provide multiple entry points to reading and understanding poems. Whether you’re already an engaged poetry reader, or if you’re looking to explore something new, this course will have something for you. More
Starts Starts: 4/7/2021 3:00 PM
Sessions Sessions: 4
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Status Status: 18 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 25 seats
SP21WF103OL
THIS COURSE MEETS MONDAY-THURSDAY, 4/19/21-7/9/21. The Atlantic County Opportunity Youth Collaboration is a grant-funded work preparation program for low income individuals, ages 18 to 24 residing in Atlantic County, New Jersey. The program provides career training, paid work experience, community service-learning projects, work readiness, life skills, digital literacy, financial literacy, academic remediation, leadership development, job networking, interview preparation, high school test preparation, job development activities, placement and retention services. Accepting applications,THIS C based on eligibility. Email Jade.Fleming@stockton.edu or call (609) 300-3009. More
Starts Starts: 4/19/2021 9:00 AM
Sessions Session: Online
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Status Status: 12 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 12 seats
Accepting applications based on eligibility. Call 609-300-3009
SP21HO112AC
The Servsafe Food Handler certification is valuable and necessary for entry-level employment in the food and beverage sector. This certification ensures that all personnel involved in preparing foods are trained properly. Basic food safety, personal hygiene, cross-contamination and allergens, time and temperature, and cleaning and sanitation is critical to good food service operations. The TIPS (Training for Intervention ProcedureS) is a skills-based, alcohol training and certification program that is designed to prevent intoxication, underage drinking, and drunk driving by enhancing the fundamental "people skills" of servers, sellers and consumers of alcohol. This course provides individuals with the knowledge and confidence they need to recognize potential alcohol-related problems and intervene to prevent alcohol-related tragedies. This is a 20-hour, instructor led course. More
Starts Starts: 4/19/2021 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 4
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Status Status: Closed
Class Size Class size: 12 seats
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SP21HO111OL
The Servsafe Food Handler certification is valuable and necessary for entry-level employment in the food and beverage sector. This certification ensures that all personnel involved in preparing foods are trained properly. Basic food safety, personal hygiene, cross-contamination and allergens, time and temperature, and cleaning and sanitation is critical to good food service operations. The TIPS (Training for Intervention ProcedureS) is a skills-based, alcohol training and certification program that is designed to prevent intoxication, underage drinking, and drunk driving by enhancing the fundamental "people skills" of servers, sellers and consumers of alcohol. This course provides individuals with the knowledge and confidence they need to recognize potential alcohol-related problems and intervene to prevent alcohol-related tragedies. This is a 20-hour virtual, instructor led course. More
Starts Starts: 4/19/2021 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 4
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Status Status: Closed
Class Size Class size: 12 seats
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SP21SW104OL
This course is part of the Online Leadership Program and is also cross-listed with our Social Worker Continuing Education Program. Microaggressions occur more often than we would like to acknowledge. When a person experiences microaggressions in the context of a collaborative and supportive relationship the impact can be devastating. The result can turn people away from one another and create a climate of hostile and social exclusion. In this 3-hour workshop, participants will look closely at implicit bias and microaggressions. Participants will engage in a community conversation on stereotypes, microaggressions and implicit bias. Discuss where they feel challenged and ways to minimize occurrences of implicit bias and different ways to respond when you are the recipient or offender of microaggressions.

Stockton University is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education Boards (CSWE) and is approved to offer continuing education credits for social workers in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Connecticut for licensure and certification renewal. Stockton University, Office of Continuing Studies is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0635. 3.0 Contact Hours in Cultural Competence.
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Starts Starts: 4/20/2021 10:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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Status Status: Closed
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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SP21BU102OL
Join cannabis educators to exchange curriculum ideas, network, and discuss strategies to enhance cannabis instruction in higher education. Eleven unique panels will cover cannabis education from multiple discipline perspectives and will conclude with a discussion about inter-institutional cooperation. More
Starts Starts: 4/21/2021 2:00 PM
Sessions Sessions: 2
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Status Status: 169 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 300 seats
SP21EN103OL
Join Paul Leakan and Joel Mott from the Pinelands Commission for an entertaining morning as they speak with fellow Pinelands enthusiasts! Hear from:
Ted Gordon, Botanist and Historian
Terry O'Leary, retired NJ Park and Forest Service educator
John Volpa, Pinelands Outdoor Guide and retired Teacher
Becky Laboy, Education Outreach Specialist, Ocean County Soil Conservation District
Samuel Moore, Cranberry farmer and retired NJ Forest Fire Service Warden

The Zoom link will be emailed to you a few days before the event. 
The event may go past 11:30am. 
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Starts Starts: 4/24/2021 10:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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Status Status: 126 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 300 seats
SP21TE102GA
The MAT is required for select graduate school applications. The test is comprised of 120 questions. There is one hour allotted to complete the test. At the conclusion of the test a Preliminary Score Report will be provided. The official personal Score Report will be mailed by NCS Pearson, Inc. within 10-15 days after the test. Arrive at the test center 15 minutes before your scheduled time to complete the registration process. Bring two forms of ID – 1 Primary Form of ID and 1 Secondary form of ID. PRIMARY FORM OF ID: must be government issued and contain both your photograph and signature SECONDARY FORM OF ID can be one of the following: credit card, library card, utility bill with your name and address appearing exactly the same as on the primary form of ID, or student ID. Be prepared to share your social security number. The room tends to be cool. You may want to bring a sweater. More
Starts Starts: 4/26/2021 6:00 PM
Sessions Session: 1
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Status Status: 8 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 9 seats
SP21SW103OL
In this unprecedented time as we struggle together against COVID-19, our society continues to wrestle with racial justice for all. With the recent losses of George Floyd, Amhaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, in addition to many more people of color who lost their lives to race-based violence, the Black community is experiencing tremendous pain and our nation as a whole struggling with divisiveness. In this three-hour workshop, participants will engage in a community conversation focusing on understanding and addressing the impact and intersection of racism, trauma, and mental health within the BIPOC community. Participants will identify the role of service providers and agencies in the fight against racial inequities and list actionable strategies to promote wellness within the BIPOC communities and racial justice in our society. 

Stockton University is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education Boards (CSWE) and is approved to offer continuing education credits for social workers in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and Connecticut for licensure and certification renewal. Stockton University, Office of Continuing Studies is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0635. 3.0 Contact Hours in Cultural Competence.
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Starts Starts: 4/27/2021 10:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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Status Status: 8 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
SP21TE104OL
The High School Diploma Test Preparation class is a 30-hour skills-based course for anyone over the age of 16 who would like to earn their high school diploma. This course will specialize in working with current high school juniors and seniors that may not be graduating, students being homeschooled, students looking to receive their high school diploma early, youth (16-24 years old) who left school before graduating, and adults (ages 25+) without a high school diploma.

This live virtual course prepares participants for the Test for Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC) or the General Education Test by Pearson Vue exams (also known as an “HSE Exam”, formerly called the “GED Exam”). This course provides individuals with the knowledge and confidence they need to take the high school diploma test through review of Reading, Writing, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies content areas that are included on the high school diploma exams. This course is instructor-led with live and scheduled synchronous instruction and some asynchronous independent study. Enrolled students will be expected to participate in live sessions Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6:00pm to 8:30pm with the remaining hour (8:30-9:30pm) for independent study. Students will need internet and a computer to participate virtually (cell phones and tablets are not recommended). Note: This is a preparation course and does not include the cost of the HSE Exam. Upon completion of the course, participants will be provided guidance on locations and provider of the HSE exam in their local area.

Participants not currently enrolled in high school will be expected to take a pre-assessment to determine their readiness to take the high school diploma test. Participants who do not have access to the required technology, require financial assistance to cover the cost of this course, need to schedule a pre-assessment, or have additional questions can contact diana.strelczyk@stockton.edu at the Stockton University Office of Continuing Studies.

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Starts Starts: 5/4/2021 6:00 PM
Sessions Sessions: 9
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Status Status: 20 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 20 seats
SP21HW203OL
In this course, participants will be introduced to the Communication Bill of Rights, along with the work of Dr. Janice Light, detailing the different communicative competencies. Methods for assessing the receptive and expressive communication skills of students with complex communication needs (CCN) will be discussed, along with ideas for modifying administration of standardized assessments. Particular attention will be given to the Communication Matrix (Rowland) and the Dynamic AAC Goals Grid-2 (Tobii Dynavox). Considerations for conducting culturally and linguistically-responsive AAC assessments will also be discussed, based largely on the work of Dr. Gloria Soto. Resources will be shared for goal development. Course Objectives: By the conclusion of this seminar, participants will be able to: 1. List at least one way administration of standardized assessments could be modified for students who are non-verbal communicators 2. List at least two different methods of assessing the expressive language skills of students with CCN 3. List one consideration when assessing students who are bilingual and use AAC More
Starts Starts: 5/11/2021 6:00 PM
Sessions Session: 1
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Status Status: 67 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 75 seats
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