Your browser is not optimized for viewing this website.

More information »

Shasta College



Our Classes

Ohlone for Kids and Teens - Grades 3rd - 12th

Free

with Ohlone College

Calendar Feb 1, 2022

Shasta College is happy to announce its partnership with Ohlone College - a partnership designed to bring to you a wide variety of additional virtual learning opportunities through Ohlone. Please visit their website at https://www.ohlone.edu/ohloneforkids to view all the interesting and fun classes they have to offer and to register online. When you register for one of their virtual classes, be sure to use PROMO CODE “SHASTA10”, and you will receive a 10% discount on all classes. For additional information on how you can access their classes, please call Ohlone at (510) 979-7590 or email them at ofk@ohlone.edu.

Ohlone for Kids and Teens (OFK) has offered enrichment courses to families for 33 years. OFK provides fundamental courses, plus many new and exciting classes designed for personal and academic enhancement, skill development, and recreational enjoyment. Students will develop confidence while engaging in hands-on learning activities that stimulate their interest and growth.

Classes start in February 2022! Some of the classes available are:

  • Java and Python Programming
  • Computer Animation
  • Business: Introduction to Business, Marketing Entrepreneurship, and Careers in Computers
  • Personal Enrichment: Learn to play guitar, Enhance your skills with the Ukulele, Build your proficiency in Japanese, Singing for fun, and Many More!

REMEMBER: When you register for one of their virtual classes, be sure to use PROMO CODE “SHASTA10” so you will receive your 10% discount on all classes.

Computational Literacy for Modern Careers Program
Registration Unavailable

Computational Literacy for Modern Careers Program

Price not
available

with NC Lab

Calendar Feb 25, 2022

Computational Literacy for Modern Careers Program

Looking for a better future? Computational Literacy for Modern Careers could be the opportunity you’ve been looking for!

Have you assumed that working with computers, robots, CNC machines, and such is far too complicated and out of the question for you, and as a result, missed out on opportunities which include a higher-paying job and a very different quality of life? NCLab’s Computational Literacy For Modern Careers training program aims to change that. If you are willing to put in the effort, we will take you on a journey where you will learn how computers think, how they operate, and how you use them to solve problems. You will find yourself utilizing new skills that you never imagined existed.

To contact one of our intake specialists, please email: intake@nclab.com 

This training program is designed for all people who have the capability to grow and the ability to learn, independent of their formal education. We provide you a free self-assessment tool, which tells you whether this training is for you.

Course details at: www.nclab.com/sc-cl 

To contact one of our intake specialists, please email: jen@nclab.com 

Data Analytics Career Training Program
Registration Unavailable

Data Analytics Career Training Program

Price not
available

with . NCLab

Calendar Feb 25, 2022

Data Analyst Career Certificate Program

The self-paced, online Data Analyst Career Certificate Program provides you with a college career certificate and the knowledge, practical experience, competency and confidence to qualify for high-paying data analyst jobs.

According to Indeed Inc., there are currently more than 186,000 data analytics job openings in the United States. The median salary for Data Analysts in the United states is $103,250 (Robert Half Human Resources Firm). Virtually all enterprises have now reached “data overload” and need data analysts to help them make sense of massive amounts of information.

To contact one of our intake specialists, please email: intake@nclab.com 

What do Data Analysts do? Data analysts are professionals who collect, process and perform analyses on enterprises’ huge quantities of information to help them save time, resources, money and to make better business decisions.

Who is this program for? This program is suitable for anyone seeking to enhance their career or for anyone who is looking for a new career in a high-demand occupation. Participants will learn how to do it all in data analytics: analysis of data, interpreting data, and making predictions.

How does this training program work? This online program utilizes active, self-paced, Learn-By-Doing training. This innovative approach provides bite-sized lessons, requiring participants to show they have mastered each concept by completing exercises before moving on to the next module. Upon enrolling, trainees are assigned a personal instructor who meets with them regularly and is always available.

How soon can I complete this training program? This is a 320 to 400 hour training program, consisting of between 4 or 5 courses, depending on whether or not trainees have prior programming experience. Each course takes an average of 80 hours to complete. While the majority of our trainees complete the training program in under a year, many of our trainees complete it in as little as 6 months. The time it takes to complete depends on the hours of study you have available to study each week.

Do I need any prerequisites before enrolling in this training program? Trainees should have a high school diploma prior to beginning the program. A programming background shortens the time required to complete the training but is not required.

Course Details at: www.nclab.com/sc-da  

To contact one of our intake specialists, please email:  jen@nclab.com 

Industry 4.0 Immersion Training Program
Registration Unavailable

Industry 4.0 Immersion Training Program

Price not
available

with . NCLab

Calendar Feb 25, 2022

Industry 4.0 Immersion Training Program

Learn 21st Century Job Skills. Be In Demand. Automation is taking over manufacturing, healthcare, transportation, banking, retail, logistics, and many other areas by storm. Tasks that traditionally were done by people are now being done by computerized equipment, but machines require numerous forms of human assistance to do work.

In this training program, you’ll learn the skills required to work with computerized equipment. They include:

  • Computational Literacy (using logic and working with programmable machines)
  • Data Literacy (manipulating, analyzing, and visualizing data)
  • Spatial Literacy (manipulating 3D objects and thinking in the 3D space)

When you graduate, you’ll have high-demand 21st century job skills and an Industry 4.0 Immersion training certificate to show your qualifications.

To contact one of our intake specialists, please email: intake@nclab.com 

This training program is designed for all people who have the ability to learn and apply new knowledge, independent of their formal education.

We provide you a free self-assessment tool, which tells you whether this training is for you.

Course details at: www.nclab.com/sc-ii 

To contact one of our intake specialists, please email: jen@nclab.com 

Shotokan Karate - Session 3

$49

with Hiroko Mori

Calendar Apr 18, 2022 at 7 pm, runs for 6 weeks

SHOTOKAN KARATE

Shotokan Karate is the authentic traditional karate for the mind, body and spirit!! Don’t miss Shotokan Karate for teens and adults. Get stronger physically and mentally!! This class focuses on Basics including stances, blocks, punches, kicks and Kata (pre-arranged fighting forms). Instructors are Hiroko Mori (5th Degree Black Belt) and Brad Marsh (4th Degree Black Belt) of Shotokan Karate of America. For men, women and youths ages 10 and up. This is a 6-week session. 

Dates: Mondays/Thursdays, April 18 - May 26, 2022

Time:  7:00pm-8:30pm

Location: Shasta College Redding Main Campus, Room 1840

Facilitators: Hiroko Mori and Brad Marsh 

IMPORTANT NOTE: At this time, it is expected that all participants attending in-person spring semester classes and potentially summer semester classes will be required to wear a mask while inside any college classrooms and buildings.

Will run

Mindfulness Meditation

$49

with Kathryn Calkins

Calendar Apr 23, 2022 at 10:30 am, runs for 7 weeks

This course is an invitation to begin mindfulness meditation or deepen current meditation practice through guided group sessions. Our focus is stillness and presence. We will try out a series of techniques with practical steps to support home meditation. Students will explore foundational practices to nurture self-compassion, loving presence, awareness of feeling tone, and emotional attunement through the breath and body. Seated meditation and standing and/or walking meditation guidance are offered. Teacher Q & A and journaling practice will accompany the in-class sessions. A little humor sprinkled in helps, too! Students should bring a spiral bound or other journal notebook to jot "notes to self" in. Wear comfortable clothes for seated meditation. No experience with meditation is necessary. 

Dates: Saturdays, April 23 - June 4, 2022

Time: 10:30am-12:00pm

Location: Shasta College Main Campus, Building 2100, Room: 2150

Facilitator: Kathryn Calkins

IMPORTANT NOTE: At this time, it is expected that all participants attending in-person spring semester classes and potentially summer semester classes will be required to wear a mask while inside any college classrooms and buildings.

Will run

Reiki II: The Practitioner Level #51290
Registration Unavailable

Reiki II: The Practitioner Level #51290

$199

with Betty Sedor

Reiki II: The Practitioner Level #51290

Reiki II, the practitioner level, amps up the energy so now you can give Reiki to others. Healing your emotional/mental mind is key in the second level as well as the amazing gift of being able to send Reiki long distance, to a loved one across town or even on another continent.  You will deepen your commitment to meditation, to the five Reiki principles and to your healthy daily routine.

IMPORTANT: Contact instructor at ptrassouli@gmail.com to make arrangements for curriculum book, $15. Prerequisite: Reiki I.

Schedule:  Saturdays, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM; 5 sessions; starting April 23, 2022, ending May 21, 2022

Facilitator: Patty Tahara Rassouli

Location: Live Online, Zoom

Nature Writing: An Immersive Workshop

$95

with Dr. Amy Leigh Wicks

Calendar Apr 28, 2022 at 5:30 pm, runs for 6 weeks

Nature Writing: An Immersive Workshop

Everyone has a story, and this course is designed to help you write yours.  Specifically designed to help a writer overcome writer’s block, establish regular writing practices, and begin writing your story.

As we study and create texts that deal with land, mortality, transcendence, persuasion, perspective, and memory, we will consider how these concepts have shaped human interactions with the natural world.  The tools we will use to engage the texts will include in-class writing adventures, contemplative assignments, classroom discussions, and optional memorization and presentation.  Topics that will be covered: 

Literature and Land

  • A brief overview of nature writing, and an introduction to poetry

Transcendence and Poetry

  • Understanding the transcendentalists of the 1820s-1850s and how their work continues to affect the way we interact with nature and literature
  • The role of a poet

Seeing, Naming

  • Imagery and persuasion in nature writing

Entering In

  • Wendell Berry and immersing oneself in natural surroundings

Memory and Land

  • Wandering through the past to understand the present

The journey ahead

  • Tools and next steps for writing and interacting with the natural world

Date: Thursdays, April 21 - May 26, PLEASE NOTE the dates for the class have changed to April 28 -June 2,  2022

Time: 5:30pm-7:30pm

Location: Shasta College Main Campus, 2100 Building, Room: 2150

Facilitator: Dr. Amy Leigh Wicks

IMPORTANT NOTE: At this time, it is expected that all participants attending in-person spring semester classes and potentially summer semester classes will be required to wear a mask while inside any college classrooms and buildings.





Forgot password?
Staff Log In