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FKCC Offers Summer Coral Reef Courses in Bonaire
This summer Florida Keys Community College will once again offer its popular summer field courses on coral reef ecology and management at Bonaire’s Captain Don’s Habitat. The courses will teach scientific techniques for assessing coral reef health and monitoring reef fish populations. While each course will be offered for college credit, unlike the past, this year will include a non-credit option for lifelong learners. There are no course prerequisites for the non-credit option.
“In addition to our regular students, this year we’re responding to requests by divers who aren’t interested in academic credit, but do want to have a much more in-depth understanding of how coral reef operate, and the challenges they face,” says FKCC Marine Science Professor, Dr. Alex Brylske. “Our three successful years of prior experience at Captain Don’s has shown that this would be an ideal opportunity and location to make this unique educational experience available not only to college students, but to any interested diver.”
For more information, including full course syllabi, contact: Dr. Alex Brylske at 305-809-3148 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Calling Poets and Poetry-lovers to
FKCC’s 7th Annual Poetry Reading
Public Notice: FKCC Keys Chorale Advisory Committee Meeting
Florida Keys Community College will hold a meeting of its Keys Chorale Advisory Board on Saturday, April 19 at 10:00a.m. in Tennessee Williams Fine Arts Center, Room 2407, on the College’s Key West Campus. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the future of the chorale course, a 24-year old community chorus program.
FKCC Holds Job Fair
Florida Keys Community College invites the community to join students and alumni seeking employment at their annual job fair on Wednesday, April 16 from 4:00p.m. to 7:00p.m. in the lobby of the Tennessee Williams Fine Arts Center on the Key West Campus.
Those seeking jobs are encouraged to come prepared with resumes and “dressed to impress” the wide range of local employers that are looking for qualified candidates to join their organizations. Click here to read the full list of businesses that will be present.
For more information, contact FKCC Academic Advisor and Career Counselor Nicole Gerrard at 305-809-3262 or email@example.com.
FKCC Offers Summer Scientific Diver Course
Florida Keys Community College will offer a two-week intensive Scientific Diver course from June 23 to July 6, 2014 at its Key West Campus. The course will enable students in marine-related fields—but from colleges or organizations without established research diving programs—to earn an American Academy of Underwater Sciences (AAUS) Scientific Diver certification.
An introductory course in marine biology or similar subject is recommended prior to enrolling in FKCC’s Scientific Diver Course (ISC 2132). Four semester credit hours at the sophomore level will be awarded. For more information, contact Dr. Alex Brylske at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 305-809-3148. Read more.
FKCC & Key Largo Chamber of Commerce present
"Ready, Set, COLLEGE!"
The Key Largo Chamber of Commerce and Florida Keys Community College have joined forces to help local college-bound students, families, and guidance counselors navigate the unfamiliar sea of deadlines and decisions. The two organizations are co-hosting “Ready, Set, COLLEGE!,” a free, hands-on workshop at 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 16 at the Murray Nelson Government Center in Key Largo. Read more.
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