Continuing Education Classes

Whether you want to explore a personal interest, learn something new with friends, or work towards a professional goal, the Continuing Education program has something for you!

Explore the categories below and register for classes using our online registration form

Open Read and Critique

Description
Writing is a process, and no two authors have the same one! In this 2-session class, you’ll have the opportunity to receive and provide constructive feedback on each other’s stories and works-in-progress in a safe, creative, and supportive environment. Share your prepared stories or excerpts and leave with a better understanding of your current writing project!
Fee
$39
Dates & Times
Thursdays, 5/28 – 6/4 | 6:30-8:30pm
Location
Online
Instructor
Wells
Item Number
6580

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Getting Things Done in Windows 10

Description
Since 2015, Microsoft has refined Windows 10 over 8 major updates. Become a Windows 10 whiz as you discover features that will improve your productivity and comfort level with the system. Get things done and customize the system to your needs aided by Brian Boston, a 30-year Windows support professional!
Fee
$109
Dates & Times
Mondays, 4/20 – 5/4 | 6:00–9:00pm
Location
Online
Instructor
Boston
Item Number
6585

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Launch Your Sidehustle

Description
Do you want a Side Hustle, but don’t know where to start? Join Maggie Karshner, a small business coach with 10+ years of experience, as you explore the key aspects of pricing, marketing, and planning your SideHustle. You’ll leave this class with an implementation plan for your idea and the tools to launch your dream!
Fee
$99
Dates & Times
Saturdays, 5/9 – 5/16 | 12:00-4:00pm
Location
Online
Instructor
Karshner
Item Number
6581

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Smart Marketing

Description
Are you a small business owner or solopreneur looking to focus your marketing efforts? Learn how to use fundamental marketing principles to help you make smarter choices when reaching potential clients. In this interactive 2-hour class, facilitator Maggie Karshner will lead you through activities to clarify your marketing objectives and identify how to get results.
Fee
$29
Dates & Times
Wednesday, April 29 | 6:30-8:30pm
Location
Online
Instructor
Karshner
Item Number
6582

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A Sensory Introduction to Wine: A Precursor to Food & Wine Pairing

Description
Are you a casual wine drinker looking to take your interest to the next level? Learn about the components of wine, the anatomy of the human sensory receptors, and assess wine styles in this 3-hour class. Facilitator Reggie Daigneault, a wine educator for 20+ years, is certified with the Court of Master Sommeliers and the Wine and Spirit Education Trust. She’ll walk you through some exploratory and fun exercises that you can do with everyday items! Join her for this fun and informative online class that will help you identify varietal wines and their components while you learn in your own home.
Fee
$29
Dates & Times
Thursday, April 23 | Self-Paced
Location
Online
Instructor
Daigneault
Item Number
6586

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Gardening 101: From the Ground Up!

Description
Are you new to the area or just want to grow your own food? Let’s get started with the basics! In this 2-hour class, facilitator and Water Ecologist Kathy Anderson will explore the watershed you live in and teach you how to use this water to your benefit. Class will include a light lecture followed by a Q&A session, so please come prepared with your gardening questions or project inquiries. Students are encouraged to send pictures of your garden or proposed project space prior to the start of class.
Fee
$35
Dates & Times
Saturday, May 2 | 10:00am-12:00pm
Location
Online
Instructor
Anderson
Item Number
6587

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Gardening 101: From the Ground Up!

Description
Are you new to the area or just want to grow your own food? Let’s get started with the basics! In this 2-hour class, facilitator and Water Ecologist Kathy Anderson will explore the watershed you live in and teach you how to use this water to your benefit. Class will include a light lecture followed by a Q&A session, so please come prepared with your gardening questions or project inquiries. Students are encouraged to send pictures of your garden or proposed project space prior to the start of class.
Fee
$35
Dates & Times
Thursday, June 11 | 6:30-8:30pm
Location
Online
Instructor
Anderson
Item Number
6588

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Mindful and Assertive Communication: Practical Exercises and Techniques to Elevate Your Communication Skills

Description
Would you like to feel more comfortable and confident communicating with other people in a way that leaves you feeling like you said what you needed to say? In this fun, 2-hour class, join facilitator Megan Toney as you engage in a variety of exercises to practice mindful/assertive communication and active listening in a positive way.
Fee
$29
Dates & Times
Saturday, April 18 | 10:00am-12:00pm
Location
Online
Instructor
Toney
Item Number
6584

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Mindful Eating: Simple Techniques for Health and Weight

Description
Are you curious about how mindful eating can contribute to your well-being and weight goals? In this 2-hour class, facilitator Megan Toney will guide you through a variety of exercises designed to boost mindfulness. You’ll come away with several techniques and strategies for mindful eating.
Fee
$29
Dates & Times
Saturday, June 13 | 10:00am-12:00pm
Location
Online
Instructor
Toney
Item Number
6583

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Individual Instrument Instruction

Description
5 hours of individual instruction: piano, vocal, guitar, bass/improvisation and/or woodwind. Please email instructor to arrange an agreeable time, day and length of lessons (5 x 60 minute lessons or 10 x 30 minute lessons) for the quarter. All registrations require permission of instructor. Contact Doug Reid at dreid@shoreline.edu for more information. Please note that all Spring individual instrument instruction will take place online.
Fee
$396
Dates & Times
Arranged
Location
Online
Instructor
Various
Item Number
6541-6548

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Refund & Cancellation Policies

Continuing Education programs are supported by course fees; therefore, classes must meet minimum enrollments to cover costs involved. Classes may need to be canceled if enrollment is low, due to an emergency, or if the college is officially closed due to bad weather or other circumstances. If your class is canceled, you will receive an email and phone call prior to the start of classes as well as a 100% refund by check. (Please note that refunds take 2-3 weeks to process.)

To cancel a registration and withdraw from a class, contact the Continuing Education office at continuing-ed@shoreline.edu (3) business days prior to the start of the class. You will be refunded 100% of the course minus a $10 processing fee.

Directions & Parking

Directions to the Shoreline Community College campus can be found here.

Please note that each course description above provides building location information and that all buildings on campus are numbered. (For example, Room 1522 is located in the 1500 Building, Room 1725 in the 1700 Building, etc.) If a course takes place off campus with one of our community partners, the address is provided in the course description.

You can find a map of campus here.

All parking is included in the cost of your class. Continuing Education students are welcome to park in any Staff or Student parking lots during their class hours.

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Hours

Monday - Thursday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.