We are proceeding with Summer Classes this year. We will maintain all Covid protocols: social distancing, masks, and good ventilation. Social distancing dictates there will be a maximum of 12 students in the class. Masks must be worn at all times in the building. Doors and windows will be open throughout the day.
Tools and Techniques with Jim Budlong
(WOD-70A INTRODUCTION TO WOODWORKING) June 7 – June 25
Small Project Class with Jim Budlong
(WOD-70B INTRODUCTION TO WOODWORKING II) June 28 – July 16
Carving with Paul Reiber($466) July 19 – July 23
Both WOD70A and WOD70B are 3 units each. For accurate costs information, go to Mendocino College’s (they are our administrators) site under the Admissions section. https://www.mendocino.edu/admissions/registration/fees The carving class is offered through the Mendocino College Community Extension department and is not for credit. To register for Carving go here for information: https://www.mendocino.edu/comex/workshops
In addition to course fees, an additional materials fee may be charged for each course, to cover costs of exercise materials (poplar, maple, etc), glue, shellac, and other consumables. (Typically this is in the order of $40.)
Specifically for the Tools and Techniques Course, you will also be required to purchase 2 Hock plane irons totaling $100, if you do not bring them yourself.
For the Small Project class you will be expected to purchase your own project materials (wood, hardware and finish).
Our summer courses will be listed in the Summer 2021 class schedule https://www.mendocino.edu/academics/class-schedule under Coast Center.
If you have any trouble registering please contact the admissions office at email@example.com or 707-468-3101.
The registration for Summer classes opens mid to late April for online registration and for in person. Go to https://mendocino.edu/admissions/registration/registration-dates to confirm this. Registration is first come first served.
We recommend that you get yourself admitted as a student as early as possible so that registration goes smoothly. These classes tend to fill quickly.
At this time, Mendocino College is not able to issue I-20 visas to a students wishing to participate solely in the summer workshops. However international students that are already in country may be eligible to enroll in the course(s). Please contact Anastasia Simpson-Logg at firstname.lastname@example.org or 707-468-3102 if you have questions regarding eligibility.
By offering the classes for credit, the cost has come way down for residents of California, but you will be limited in how many times you may take each class. Remember, the workshops can fill early, so register early to secure a spot!