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Timothy Smith Computer Lab

  • Do you need access to a computer to create a resume or cover letter?
  • Would you like to get feedback and suggestions on how to make your resume stand out in today's job market?
  • Do you need access to the internet to search for a job or apartment?
  • Do you need a quiet place to do homework or to prepare for a presentation?
  • Do you need help using Microsoft Office or using the internet?

Come to the Timothy Smith Computer Lab during Open Access hours for help with any or all of the above.

WHEN: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 3:00P.M. to 9:00P.M.
WHERE: Building 4, 3rd floor

To learn more about the Timothy Smith Network, please click here

Contact Us

Omesa Spencer
Administrative Assistant
Building 2, Room 101
Phone: (617) 933-7490
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Maribel Mendez
Case Manager
Building 2, Room 101
(617) 933-7402
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Keith Simon
Coordinator of Timothy Smith Lab
Building 4, Room 102
Phone: (617) 933-7435
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Irina Morgunova
ESOL Coordinator
Building # 3, Room 207 
617-427-0060 Ext. 5513

Bliss Piverger
DOL Career Navigator
Building 2, Room 101
Phone: (617)
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Dennis Rogers
DOL Project Manager
Building 2, Room 101
Phone: (617)
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Rodney Daley
DOL Job Placement Assistance Coach
Building 3, Room 207
Phone: (617)
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Janel Jubes
Job Placement Assistance Coach
Building 3, Room 207
Phone: (617)
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Community Education

Acquiring the right skills can give you a competitive edge and help you be more successful in your career path.  The Office of Corporate & Community Education offers training programs that are affordable, short-term, and convenient for adult learners.  Programs are targeted at students looking to acquire new skills or enhance existing ones in order to gain employment or move up the career ladder. All programs are designed to provide specific job skills, work experience through externships and/or clinicals, and support with career planning, personal development, and job search assistance.

Community ESOL

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Beginning Literacy (ESL 1)
This course is for adult English learners with very limited (little or no) knowledge of the language. The focus is on developing basic speaking and listening life skills.

Low Beginning (ESL 2)
This course is for adult English learners with very basic speaking and listening life skills. The focus is on developing more facility in speaking and listening in order to function with greater ease in an English-speaking environment.

High Beginning  (ESL 3)
This course is for adult English learners whose listening and speaking skills are adequate for survival in an English-speaking environment. The focus is on developing oral/aural skills, and on basic reading and writing skills.

Low Intermediate (ESL 4)
This course is for adult English learners to gain proficiency in listening and speaking. Emphasis is on developing skill in reading simple selections, and writing sentences and simple paragraphs.

High Intermediate (ESL 5)
This course is for adult English learners who have basic fluency in listening and speaking. Emphasis is on beginning development of academic reading and writing skills. A variety of reading selections is included. Writing paragraphs is a key focus.

Advanced (ESL 6)
This course is for adult English learners who have fluent listening and speaking skills. Emphasis is on developing greater proficiency in academic reading and writing skills. Various fiction and nonfiction selections are included. Writing coherent paragraphs and short compositions in a variety of modes is a key focus.

 

SCHEDULE

Semester Start End # weeks # instructional hours
Summer II July 7 August 6 5 40
Fall 2014 September 3 December 19 15 90

 

Class Schedule

Summer II 9am – 1pm 5pm – 9pm

Monday

ESOL 1, ESOL 2, ESOL 3 ESOL 4, ESOL 5, ESOL 6

Wednesday

Tuesday

ESOL 4, ESOL 5, ESOL 6 ESOL 1, ESOL 2, ESOL 3

Thursday

 

Fall & Spring 9am – 12pm 6pm – 9pm

Monday

ESOL 1, ESOL 2, ESOL 3 ESOL 4, ESOL 5, ESOL 6

Wednesday

Tuesday

ESOL 4, ESOL 5, ESOL 6 ESOL 1, ESOL 2, ESOL 3

Thursday

Corporate Training Programs

The Roxbury Community College Office of Corporate & Community Education can help your organization realize its potential by customizing a course or training program specific to your needs.

Today's employees need to know how to use new technology, provide outstanding customer service, employ effective soft skills, and learn quality principles to compete in today's ever-changing, high-tech marketplace.  Training is an important investment that will help secure your organization's future and competitive advantage.

We offer cost-effective training, credit and non-credit courses, flexible scheduling, and delivery on-site, online or at RCC.

Customer satisfaction and the economic development of our community are our highest priorities. Available training opportunities can be found below.

Roxbury Community College Corporate and Community Education (CCE) Department provides training and education in a variety of topics including:

  • Cisco Training Programs
  • Customer Service
  • Electronic Health Records Specialist
  • Electronic Medical Records
  • Executive Assistant
  • Medical Assistant
  • Medical Coding and Billing
  • Medical Transcription
  • Patient Access Representative
  • Pharmacy Tech - daytime / online
  • Spanish for Health Professionals
  • TEAS (prep) For Health Care
  • Veterinary Assistant
  • And More….