Career Education Center 924 Jeff Road
Huntsville, AL 35806
Career Education Center
Career Education Center provides short-term training programs for everyone of our students. We encourage every class member of our center to reach their full potential. CEC provides flexible scheduling, small classes and personalized instruction for every student.
Summer Creativity Camp
June 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th
July 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st
June 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th
July 11th, 18th, 25th, Aug 1st
June 7th, 14th, 21th, 28st
July 12th, 19th, 26th, Aug 2nd
9:00 A.M. till 1:00 P.M.
Music Classes are back for Summer Camp
Learn to read music, learn to play a keyboard, guitar, or a clarinet.
§Improve vocabulary, listening and pre-math through rhythm skills
§Improve concentration and hand-eye coordination
§Help in cognitive development
Have Fun! Explore Music!
Students will learn:
Quarter notes, half notes, whole notes, eighth notes, sixteenth notes, rest, staff and clefts
To learn and play notes on the staff
To clap and count rhythms
To play a beginning song on the CEC keyboard.
Scratch for Kids
Designed to teach beginning computer programming to children
Keyboarding for Kids Class
Keyboarding is Fun!
Computer keyboarding is a great skill that you will use for a lifetime. This is a skill you will use in school, work and on volunteer projects!
This spring camp is for Kids who want to have fun!
Career Education Center has written fantastic instructional manuals.
These manuals are written for children ages 8 -- 12. The children love to take the manuals home and do their homework on their own.
PowerPoint and Excel for Kids
The PowerPoint course is designed to teach children the productivity tools of Microsoft PowerPoint at an introductory level. Each class will be a hands-on computer activity with individualized instruction. Students will learn to: open and close a file and exit PowerPoint saving all changes; create presentations; insert new slides; switch to slides pane; insert pictures; type in text boxes; insert word art; move, copy and delete slides; add transition effects, sound, and slide timings.
The Excel course is designed to teach children the productivity tools of Microsoft Excel at an introductory level. Each class will be a hands-on computer activity with individualized instruction. Students will learn how to: manage a workbook; create a worksheet; move around in a worksheet; enter and edit data in a worksheet; use copy and paste; use the auto sum button; add and delete columns and rows; use formulas.
Word for Kids Excel for Kids Powerpoint for Kids
Call for information at 256 895-8394 about special prices for camp
Digital Art and Animation Classes
Students will combine their creative skills with the power of computers by creating
characters and bringing them to life through animation.
Students study terms related to digital drawing.
Students study printing guidelines.
Students create a canvas on their computer screen.
Students learn how to animate using FireAlpaca.
Student learn to create frames and to animate the frames.
Featured Coding Class "Alice Coding for Kids"
Students will learn fundamental coding concepts in the context of creating animated videos and simple games in Alice 3-D objects. In Alice interactive interface, students drag and drop graphic tiles to create a program.
Explore an innovative 3D programming environment (Alice) that makes it easy for students to create an animation for telling a story, playing an interactive game, or a video to share on the web. Instructions for the interactive interface will correspond to standard statements in programming languages such as Java, C++ and C#. Students will gain experience with all the programming constructs taught in an introductory programming course. Alice allows students to see how their animation programs run, enabling them to understand the relationship between the programming statements and the behavior of objects in their animation. learning rules for naming variables; using “intellisense” and handling multiple events.
Take our ACT Classes and work
toward a better score on your ACT!
1. CEC students have had great success in improving their scores by taking the ACT Test prep class.
2. Use ACT computer software to improve weak areas in math and English.
3. Use ACT hands on practice tests.
4. Learn speed reading to improve your ACT score
5. Improve rhetorical skills such as strategy, organization and style.
6. Schedule soon for your ACT Test Prep Classes at CEC!
Visit our website: careereducationcenter.net
Career Education Center
924 Jeff Road
Huntsville, Alabama 35806
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