Division of Continuing Studies (DoCS)

Tue
23
Apr

Join Us for Rutgers Day, Saturday, April 27

Join Us for Rutgers Day

Play a prize wheel, experience 3-D printing, enter to win a $500 scholarship. These opportunities and more await visitors to the Division of Continuing Studies’ (DoCS) programs at Rutgers Day, this Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on Rutgers’ New Brunswick Campuses.

Virtual Rutgers: Past Present, Future, and Making Reality in the Busch Campus Center will give visitors the opportunity to experience 3-D printing and game technology for a virtual experience. Meet Rutgers students who are engaged in exciting makerspace projects.

In the Bishop House area on the College Avenue Campus, visit the Summer Session booth to enter a raffle to win a $500 scholarship toward a Summer Session course.

On Voorhees Mall on the College Avenue Campus:

Fri
18
Nov

Rutgers Opens Continuing Studies Center In Somerset

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Rutgers Continuing Education Center at Atrium available for education, business and professional events

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – The Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies and Lifelong Learning has opened the Rutgers Continuing Education Center at Atrium, an executive training facility for continuing and professional education programs and events.

Located in Somerset, N.J., at 300 Atrium Drive, the newly opened educational facility features a 20,000 square-foot suite. It offers free parking and on-site food service and catering in a modern facility with high-quality design, glass exteriors and spacious lobbies.

The new facility, which held a grand opening in May 2016, already is hosting programs for Rutgers Continuing Studies. It is available for Rutgers events for faculty, students and administration by calling 732-412-7397 or visiting www.rutgersatrium.com.

Tue
13
Sep

Rutgers Hosts Lifelong Learning Day Friday Oct. 14

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National event debuts in Rutgers Student Center in New Brunswick

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – The Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies will host the university’s first-ever Lifelong Learning Day celebration on campus Friday, October 14, 2016.

The event will feature activities at Rutgers Student Center on College Avenue Campus in New Brunswick from 11 a.m. -2 p.m. Rutgers students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend. Atttendees are welcome to write an answer to the question “What’s the greatest thing you ever learned?” on a chalkboard; take and share a “selfie” photo with cutouts of famed learners Albert Einstein, Marie Curie and Frederick Douglass; and take part in a video shoot answering “What do you want to learn next?”

Mon
27
Jun

Drones Will Be Focus of Pre-Engineering Summer Academy Certificate

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Rutgers professor E. A. Elsayed discusses the history and future of drones

As drones rise in popularity, their use is provoking new thinking on the possibilities. The U.S. Department of the Interior, the Bureau of Land Management and the United States Geological Survey already use drones to monitor wildlife populations without disturbing them. Amazon is testing drones that could deliver packages in as little as half an hour after an online purchase. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has teamed with other agencies on an experiment to use Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) to spy on storms as they evolve.

Read more at Rutgers Today

Mon
27
Jun

MyCentralJersey.com: Educational facility recently opened

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The Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies and Lifelong Learning has opened the Rutgers Continuing Education Center at Atrium, an executive training facility for continuing and professional education programs and events. The item appears under the Franklin heading.

Read more at MyCentralJersey.com

Fri
28
Aug

Rutgers' First Coding Bootcamp Launches in Fall

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Web development program’s goal to prepare students for high-demand digital careers

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – Rutgers will launch New Jersey’s first-ever coding boot camp in October, a program specifically designed to teach adult learners and part-time students the skills they need for careers in web development, a high-demand area for the digital economy.

The boot camp, a 24-week certificate program offered by Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies to the general public, combines on-campus classes in New Brunswick with online work and will be held two evenings a week and for four hours on Saturday. Enrollment closes October 26 and the first class is scheduled October 27.

Information and registration are available at codingbootcamp.Rutgers.edu or via phone at (732) 430-2144.

Wed
10
Jun

Leadership Coaching Certification Program is Offered Through Rutgers Continuing Studies

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NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – “Leadership Coaching for Organizational Performance,” a continuing education program that leads to executive coaching certification, will be offered by the Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies September 16 to December 10, 2015.

Designed for individuals who want to develop coaching skills and apply them in realistic organizational settings, Leadership Coaching for Organizational Performance is an accredited coach training program (ACTP) of the International Coach Federation (ICF). The course is suited for experienced management, human resources and executive professionals; executive coaches without a certification; and midcareer professionals with a strong interest in developing executive coaching as a profession.

Fri
01
May

American Thinker: Education and Presidential Contenders

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"Richard Novak, VP of Continuing Education and Adult Learning at Rutgers, makes a compelling case for how accommodating adult learners improves everything from the bottom line to holistic student outcomes.

Fortunately, as Novak notes, technology (and some influential early-adopters) has made some important inroads toward rebuilding the delivery of such high-demand academics. Yet the internet, for all its success in disrupting and recasting supply chains, retail, and entertainment, has not fully shaken-up the higher education industry."

Read more at AmericanThinker.com >>

Fri
01
May

Rich Novak of Rutgers Continuing Studies Talks Academic Partnership on NJTV One-On-One Interview

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Richard Novak from Rutgers University Division of Continuing Studies discusses  the new academic partnership that allows County College of Morris graduates and others to earn Rutgers University degrees on the campuses of CCM.

View the video at steveadubato.org >>

Fri
05
Apr

Rutgers Connects Unemployed with Workforce Development Grants for Training

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Noncredit, continuing education programs at Rutgers can help open the door to new careers and opportunities for unemployed individuals who qualify for Workforce Development Grants. Currently, hundreds of Rutgers training programs are eligible for tuition grants through the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

Many Rutgers programs also accept workforce grants from other states for non-New Jersey residents.

Rutgers works with New Jersey One-Stop Career Centers across the state to assist unemployed workers in identifying appropriate training programs eligible for tuition assistance.

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