Community Education

Treehouse Construction from the Ground Up

Sustainable living and tiny homes are garnering widespread attention from social media through high level architectural publications. Treehouses generally hold a special place in people’s minds, conjuring notions of childhood forts or relaxing getaways.  Additionally, building a Treehouse requires a general knowledgebase for tree care, carpentry, and rigging.  This course is taught by a passionate and enthusiastic Treehouse builder and general woodworker with a master’s degree in civil engineering.  He is currently working on his doctoral degree in architecture at Princeton and has designed and constructed Treehouses around the United States. The course will cover the basics of:

  • Treehouse platform construction that is minimally harmful to the tree
  • Treehouse specific carpentry
  • General carpentry
  • General tree care and maintenance
  • How to include plumbing and electricity in the trees
  • Dealing with permitting at the township level

 

We’ll cover the basics for building in the trees, skills that you can apply to building your own getaway for yourselves, children, or guests.  The knowledge is also applicable to general home repairs and yard maintenance.

This 8 hour course is delivered on two evenings (4 hours each).  

DATE: November 2 and November 3, 2017 from 5:30 to 9:30 PM, Donaghay Hall, Room 106

LOCATION: Donaghay Hall, Room 106

COST: $125

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Introduction to the World of Voice Overs

“Getting Paid To Talk: Making Money with Your Voice" is a single-evening workshop offering an upbeat, entertaining and engaging introduction to the world of voice over. From industry pros and cons to real-world examples, attendees will learn behind-the-scenes basics of both the creative and business aspects of the field in a manner that is both fun and realistic. Questions and class engagement are always encouraged.

DATE: December 5, 2017, 6:30PM - 9:00PM

LOCATION: Donaghay Hall, Room 106

COST: $20.00

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Voices for All

“Wow, you have a great voice!”  Have you heard that more times than you can count?  Or maybe you listen to your favorite audiobooks, commercials, or cartoon characters and think, “I could do that!” If so, then you could have what it takes to begin working as a professional Voiceover Artist. Explore the voiceover industry with your instructor, a professional, working voice actor from Voices For All, in a one-on-one, personalized, video chat setting.  Discover the current trends in the industry and how they make it easy and affordable for just about anyone to get involved.  In this one-time, 90-minute, introductory class, you’ll also learn about the different types of voiceovers and the tools you’ll need to find success.  Your instructor will record you as you read a real script, then offer you some coaching so you can improve your delivery, taking notes on your performance so you can receive a professional voiceover evaluation later.  You owe it to yourself to finally explore the possibilities of this fun and rewarding job! Voice Acting Education...Redefined!

Get a better sense of how the class works at http://www.voicesforall.com/ooo. 18 and over.

DATE: Open Enrollment (one-on-one video chat)

COST: $49

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For more information please contact:

Ron Burkhardt
Director of Business Outreach and Continuing Education
P: (856) 351-2608
E: rburkhardt@salemcc.edu