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For more information or to apply for an internship, please contact:

Student Employment Services and Internships
Red Rocks Community College
West Building, Room 1659
13300 West Sixth Ave. Box 10
Lakewood, CO 80228-1255
Phone: 303.914.6258
Fax: 303.988.6191
Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00am-6:00pm, Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm

New Classes as of Fall 2009

ENG 119: Resumés and Cover Letters
Section 601: F/S 5:00-9:30pm & 8:30am-5:30pm, 9-11/9-12, (faculty)
Section 621: F/S 5:00-9:30pm & 8:30am-5:30pm, 10-23/10-24, (faculty, Arvada campus)

ENG 221: Creative Writing I
Section 001: M/W 9:30-10:45
Elyse Fields
Section 002: T/R 1:00-2:15
Paul Gallagher

Creative Writing is an introduction to fiction and poetry.  The course explores the imaginative uses of language with emphasis on your own unique style, subject matter, and needs.

ENG 226-001: Fiction Writing
(M/W 2:30-3:45)
Amy Braziller

Ever have a relative whose quirky behavior belongs in a story? Ever find yourself surprised at the characters in your life? In this fiction writing class, explore ways to transform the everyday into works of fiction. Through a series of writing exercises, fictional experiments, and class workshops, we’ll discover the freedom and restrictions that guide a writer. If writing multiple pages scares you, how about a quick thrill? Besides writing short stories, we'll discover how flash fiction lends itself to surprise in less than 1,500 words.

LIT 145-001: Literature, Women, & Society
(T/R 1-2:15)
Liz Kleinfeld

This class will explore how women and their unique concerns are represented in fiction, poetry, drama, and film; whether there is a female literary tradition; and whether or how gender makes a difference in literature production and consumption. Students of all genders welcome! This class will not be offered again for three years.

LIT 255-001: Children’s Literature
(W 6 - 8:45 p.m.)
Johanna Carter

Join us to explore artistic and literary nuances of children's literature. Find out how these unique works can be enjoyed from birth to age 103! Values taught through various genres will be shared in this rare opportunity to evaluate much loved and lesser known literary creations suitable for all ages. This class will not be offered in Spring 2008.

Study Abroad

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Learning Communities

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