Business & Employment I-II

Learn to create your own blog or basic website with Note: these classes cover (not

Class I: Learn to navigate; make pages and posts; add photos; and customize the appearance of your website.

Class II: Explore creating static homepages, contact forms, custom menus, and photo galleries. Add additional users, manage comments, and integrate social media on your website.

VBA Programming for Excel I-III

Do more with Excel using Visual Basic!

Class I: Learn how macros are recorded and how we can make edits to make macros more efficient!

Class II: Learn how to use common programming tools like loops and variables to increase the functionality of VBA.

Class III: Learn how to run a script automatically when you open a workbook or worksheet. Discover debugging tools to find and correct errors. Learn how to find code you don't already know!

Python I-IV

​Python is a general-purpose programming language that’s used for web development, task automation, data analysis, and a wide-range of software development. It’s a highly desirable skill and a great place to start programming. No previous programming experience required, but you need to have intermediate computer skills to attend.​
Class I: Variables, Expressions, and String Format Operators
Class II: Prompts and Conditionals
Class III: Loops and Functions
Class IV: Lists, Tuples, Dictionaries, Classes, and Objects

Microsoft Access I-III

Learn how to use Microsoft Access to create and manage databases.

Class I: Explore what a relational database is. Understand the process of designing a database. Create a new database and learn to import from external sources.

Class II: Learn what a query is and how to create one. Practice using criteria to pull the data you need from your tables.

Class III: Learn to use the report wizard. Learn how to customize a report in design view and format reports using autoformat tools. Create forms for user data entry and create value-lookup controls to make data entry easier.