Corning Community College’s summer session courses will begin on May 29, with a diverse selection of courses made to enrich learning experiences and build-up new skills.
Recreation courses would highlight Golf, Yoga, Walking and Fly Fishing, which could be paired with other courses, positioned to reinforce recreational courses with “hands-on” practical course options which would come in handy in real life scenarios and emergencies.
Included in the summer season courses are a Quit Smoking course, Vegetarian Adventure class, Stress Management class and a Professional CPR class.
Though classes are scheduled to begin on May 29, summer session classes won’t all start on the same date, with varied start dates running through July 9. Details pertaining to official course start dates can be found in the Corning Community College’s official website.
As a learning institution, Corning Community College was established in 1957, presently highlighting two-year courses serving the Schuyler, Steuben and Chemung counties. It is based in the state of New York, where it moved and established its campus in Spencer Hill in 1963.
It offers a diverse range of courses, from Food Safety Certification Courses to Computer Aided Drafting Certification Courses. It is famed for achieving a culture of wellness in campus, a drawn collaborative effort accomplished with its various departments.
With its Wellness Education programs, Health Services, Athletics programs, Physical Education and Recreation and Advising and counseling, the learning venue highlights a well rounded program for students, one which combines skill building with healthy outlooks and lifestyles, with appreciation for what is out there, beyond fixations over what can be gained from steady jobs and income figures.
With Fly Fishing as part of its Summer Session Classes, students get to learn more about fly fishing, not just in terms of skills, but also in understanding the factors and variables which has led fly fishing into one of the world’s most endearing outdoor recreational activities.