MPC’s Co-Op – have you heard about it? Internships with employers in the appropriate field of interest that earns college credit, and possibly a new job!
This is an academic program which effectively uses industrial, governmental, educational and other business organizations as off-campus “classrooms.”
CO-OP is an opportunity for students to use work experience for training, career planning and personal development, while they earn college credits. One to four units are possible, depending on how many hours a student works during a term.
For a link to an informational video visit here: MPC CO-OP program
Discover the exciting world of photographic lighting! Learn to use flash and ambient lighting equipment for many photographic applications including: portrait, product, food and copy work. Basic understanding of camera exposure and the use of a fully manual digital or film camera recommended. Class fee includes all materials and in-class use of all equipment needed for the class except cameras. Students should bring either a digital or film camera to both class sessions.About the instructor: Greg Mettler is a photography instructor at Monterey Peninsula College and Cabrillo College. He holds an MFA in Photography and operates a photography studio in Pacific Grove, CA.
Meetings: Tuesday/Thursday, 6:00pm–9:00pm, Nov. 6th and 8th
Location: MPC, Monterey Campus, AS 101
Please enroll prior to class start date; no in-class registration.
Julie Capili is a singer / songwriter whos creativity and playfulness are evident in her music, bringing a sense of joy and wonder to her performances. Her subtlety and exquisite control display a maturity beyond her years.
Her influences are eclectic, including artists such as Aretha Franklin, Ella Fitzgerald, Eva Cassidy, and Tori Amos. And although her voice has drawn comparisons to many great singers, she possesses a style of her own.
Posted in Food, Jazz
Tagged Aretha Franklin, Arts and Entertainment, Cibo, Ella Fitzgerald, Eva Cassidy, jazz, Music, Singing, Tori Amos, United States
Product Review + Giveaway: Sweet Earth Natural Foods.
The Kyoto is such a unique and unexpected burrito! It is almost like a stir-fry wrapped up in a tortilla. All of the ingredients meld so well together and the edamame adds a great texture.
The Anasazi is a great burrito to enjoy on a fall afternoon. The butternut squash and chipotle seitan are a great marriage.
The Curry Tiger has a beautiful aroma when you bite into it. The cinnamon and cardamom leave your senses wanting more.
But our favorite flavor was the Big Sur Breakfast burrito. A burrito cannot go wrong with potatoes, and the smoked seitan and seasoned tofu make for a delicious protein source.
Sweet Earth Natural Foods award winning Big Sur Breakfast Burrito