Filter by Category
A-Z and Everything in Between
Basic Pistol Class LIFE 1523
with Pat Lewis
This course is designed to assist students in the safety and basic use of handguns. Students will be trained in the selection, care, handling and storage of firearms. Safety, defensive procedures and the legal aspects of the use of handguns in self-defense in the state of Wyoming will also be presented. Double-action, center fire handguns are provided. Cost includes handgun use, targets and handout materials. Students will be required to provide their own ammunition (estimated cost is $100). Information on what ammunition to purchase will be discussed in the first class. Attendance is mandatory on all class days. Students missing class days will be unable to continue with the course and will not receive a refund due to lack of attendance or outside the published course refund policy. Cosponsored by LCCC and the Sheriff's Department, the class will be held at the Laramie County Sheriff's Department, 1910 Pioneer Ave. No firearms shall be brought to the course. In order to participate in this course, class participants must pass a criminal background check run by the Sheriff's Department prior to the start of the course. Students must be a legal resident of the United States and 21 years of age or older.
Congratulations, You Retired! Now What? LIFE 1984
with Betsy Collar
This class will address the social and emotional aspects of retirement that are rarely talked about. Upon retirement, the newly retired person may struggle with redefining their identity, grief over the loss of a daily schedule and purpose, reestablishing and redefining relationships and implementing old hobbies while discovering new past times. In this class, the topics of physical, spiritual and mental health will be addressed. William Bridges work in his book, "Transitions" will be referred to throughout the class. The financial aspects of retiring are not addressed in this class. Please come join us as we explore this new and exciting time in life together! *PLEASE FEEL FREE TO JOIN US EVEN IF RETIREMENT DOES NOT APPLY TO YOU. THE TOPIC OF TRANSITION AND LIFE CHANGES CAN BE GENERALIZED TO ANY LIFE CHANGE.
Driver's Education LIFE 1096
with Dave Harris
In-class instruction will be held in person Tuesday and Thursday Evenings from 5:30 to 8:30 PM and Saturdays 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM. In-car instruction and observation times will be selected during the first hour on the first day of class.
The driver's education course is a program consisting of 30 classroom hours, six hours of in-car instruction (outside of classroom hours) and six hours of observation as set forth by the Wyoming State Department of Education. The course meets the basic requirements of the Wyoming Department of Transportation. REQUIREMENTS: (1) one parent must attend the first ½ hour to hour of the first class (for those students under 18); (2) student must have their driving permit prior to registration; (3) student must provide their own licensed and insured vehicle for the one-on-one driving portion of the class, and; (4) attendance is required at each class for the certificate to be issued. It is highly encouraged for students to have at least 10 hours of driving experience before class starts. There is optional simulator time available for interested registered driver’s education students. Contact the Life Enrichment office for more details and to sign up for available slots. Students who do not successfully complete the course may be eligible for additional instruction time for a fee. For more information on this program, please see our website at lccc.wy.edu/lifeEnrichment.
Thinking Like Jesus LIFE 2080
with Michael Hays
The apologetics I am offering is not about thinking about various facts but learning to think differently. How one thinks effects everything. The purpose of this class is to challenge people to think more deeply about the presuppositions that control their thought processes. Here is the proposition: Everything that exists is proof of the existence of the biblical God. What thought processes allow or disallow such a thought?
Mira, Habla Y Disfruta, El Cine en Espanol LIFE 2084
with Erika Espana Skinner
Do you love Ibero-Hispanic cinema? Join us as we journey through the charming world of Spanish and Latin American cinema. The class will explore a variety of movies from Spain, Columbia and Argentina. Using the movies as a back drop we will also explore the music, culture, food and architecture of these countries. The primary language used in class will be Spanish. An intermediate level of speaking and understanding of Spanish is highly recommend. What a great way to practice and become a more fluent Spanish speaker. See you there! A few of the movies we will be previewing are: No soy vos soy yo (Argentina), nueve Reinas (nine queens) (Argentina), El robo del siglo , (Argentina), La estrategia del Caracol, (Colombia) Crónica de una muerte anunciada (Colombia) and Jamón jamon (Spain).
Immigration 101 in the Cowboy State LIFE 2059
with Christine Jordan
Immigration plays a big role in Wyoming's economy. People from around the world come to Wyoming to vacation, pursue higher education, work and/or live. Join us in this informative hour of learning how immigration impacts the Cowboy State and gain a deeper understanding of the US Immigration system. This class is a general overview of immigration law, for a deep-dive into specific immigration processes, please also consider our course on Family-based Immigration Petitions.
How to Launch a Successful Podcast LIFE 2086
with David Hartman
Have something to say? Tell the world via your own podcast! Currently 62% of Americans 12 years and older have listened to a podcast and 79% are familiar with the medium. That is an incredible opportunity for you to lanuch a personal, business or organizational podcast and create a relationship with an audience that will know, like and trust you. By the end of this course you will know how to record, edit and publish your own podcast. You will also have a blueprint to create a business around your podcast and market it to new listeners.
Celebrate Jazz LIFE 2087
with Logan Vanderlaan
This class is focused on exploring the rich history of jazz music. Students will learn about important musicians and recordings that influenced the development of jazz from the beginning of the 20th century until present day. The goal of this class is to broaden students' perception of jazz through exploring its diverse styles and performance practices.