Nackey S. Loeb School Of Communications




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Otherwise, if you are registering for a non-fee class or workshop, or if you are paying by check, please continue with Step 2.

Step 2: Complete Registration form and Submit
Step 3: Submit payment via paypal (It is not necessary to complete and submit
the registration form in Step 2)

Step #1 Select Classes and/or Workshops

2016 Winter Classes January 13 - February 17 (Wednesday evenings)

Cartooning and Illustrations - On-line from home. Time set by students - Ron Plante
Digital Media: The Multi-Channel Approach - Griffin LaFleur (5:30-7)
First Amendment Law - Atty. Gregory Sullivan (5:30-7)
Broadcasting - WMUR Andy Hershberger, Jim Breen (7-8:30)
Advanced Multimedia Storytelling Lab, Don Himsel, Geoff Forester (5:30 - 7)
Digital Audio Production - Ed Brouder (7 - 8:30)

2016 Spring Classes March 16 - April 20 (Wednesday evenings)
Public Relations - Jayme Simoes, Brett St. Clair (7-8:30)
Photoshop Elements, the Basics - Debi Rapson (5:30-7) ($50 fee)
Travel Writing - Stacy Milbouer, Tom Long (5:30 - 7)
Creative Writing - Stacy Milbouer, Tom Long (7 - 8:30)

2016 Spring/Summer Workshops
March 18 Social Media for Business - Christine Halvorson (9-3) ($50)
March 19 -- Telling Your Family Story (9-3:30) ($50)
March 25 -- Leadership: The Commitment to Make it Happen - Lt. John Marasco (9-3) ($50)
April 9 -- Freelance Writing - Beth LaMontagne Hall (9-3) ($50)
May 13 -- Writing News Releases - Stacy Milbouer, Tom Long (9-3:30) ($50)
May 14 -- Nature Photography - Geoff Forester (9-3:30) ($50)
July 8 -- Photography for Public Relations - Geoff Forester (9-3:30) ($50)
August 6 -- Cartooning for Kids - Ron Plante (Ages 8 - 15) (9-Noon) ($30)

2016 Fall Classes September 14 - October 19 (Wednesday evenings)

Photojournalism - Geoff Forester (7-8:30)
Writing About People & Places - Jane Harrigan - (7-8:30)
Columns/Blogging - Stacy Milbouer, Tom Long (5:30-7)
Photoshop Elements, Beyond the Basics - Debi Rapson (5:30-7) ($50)
Writing Memoirs - Carolyn Choate (5:30-7)
Food & Wine Writing - Carolyn Choate (7-8:30)

2016 Fall Workshops

September 10 - Public Speaking Workshop - Andrea Bard (9-3) ($50)
September - Student Journalism Workshop Oyster River High School- No charge
October 1 - Nature Photography Workshop - Geoff Forester (9-3:30) ($50)
October 22 - Communications Boot Camp - Mike Nikitas (9-3:30) ($50)
November - First Amendment Event
November 12 - Path to Children's Publishing - Maryann Cocca-Leffler (9 - 2) ($50)

Workshop Cancellation Policy:
If a student cancels a workshop registration:

2 weeks prior to event - Full refund
1 week prior to event - $ 25 refund
Less than 1 week prior to event - no refund

Step #2 Complete Registration (only for non fee classes and workshops or if you are mailing in a check) Please note that fields marked with bold text are required.
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Unless otherwise noted, all classes are held at the Nackey S. Loeb School.

Cancellation Policy

The Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications, Inc. reserves the right to discontinue or cancel courses or make other changes as conditions warrant.

Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy as to Students

The Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications, Inc. admits students of any race, disability, color, sex, age, religion, national and ethnic origin to all of the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, disability, color, sex, age, religion, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies and other school administered programs.

Step #2 continued Submit Registration (only for non-fee classes and workshops or if you are submitting a check

Step #3 Submit Payment via Paypal (this will register you as well) Note: If you are paying on behalf of someone else, please note the participant's name. You can do that right before the final pay now button in paypal in the Add special instructions link
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