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Continuing Education

Want to learn a new skill or need a refresher? Or maybe you're just looking for something fun to do. Corporate & Community Services is JJC's home for noncredit, continuing education and training classes.

Continuing Education


Corporate & Community Services at Joliet Junior College provides innovative programming for all ages.

What We Offer

Community & Continuing Education Catalog

Our continuing education catalog is published three times a year. Printed copies of our catalog are mailed directly to those on our mailing list. An interactive version of the catalog is also available online.

Summer 2022

The summer term runs May 23 through August 13.

View the Summer 2022 Community Catalog

Want a printed catalog mailed to you?

Please fill out our catalog request form or call (815) 280-1555 to be added to our mailing list.

Register and pay for continuing education classes

Class Registration

The easiest way to register for our non-credit classes is to call (815) 280-1555. Online registration is also available by following the links in the digital catalog or by searching for the classes in our registration system.

Summer 2022

Registration for a handful of our Summer 2022 Kids College classes MUST be completed online. Links are available below.

  • Girls Leading the Charge

    Girls Leading the Charge

    This summer we are offering two FREE workshops for girls entering grades 6-8. Space is limited. 

    Register for Girls Leading the Charge 

    Students are limited to one session of each workshop. Please only register if you haven't participated in Girls Leading the Charge in the past. 

    Girls Leading the Charge Flyer

    Girls Leading the Charge 1.0

    Join the challenge! Become a member of an all-girls engineering team that will design and build a variety of SOLAR POWERED MODELS in this three-day camp. This challenging camp will provide girls with an opportunity to lean about solar energy and engineering. This S.T.E.M.-focused challenge will introduce students to concepts in solar/photovoltaic (PV) cells, gear drive and pulley drive systems, along with design and troubleshooting techniques used by engineers. Each day, projects will grow in complexity as the teams design, build and test solar powered kits. Please bring a peanut-free sack lunch. 

    • SESSION 1: June 14-16 | 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. | Main Campus | FULL
    • SESSION 2: June 21-23 | 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. | Main Campus | FULL
    • SESSION 3: June 28-30 | 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. | Main Campus | FULL

     

    Please call (815) 280-1555 to be added to the waitlist for any full camps. 

    Girls Leading the Charge 2.0

    The challenge continues! This S.T.E.M.-focused challenge will take skills to the next level as girls explore concepts in alternative energy, including solar/photovoltaic (PV) cells and participate in hands-on activities applying design and troubleshooting techniques used by engineers. Girls will enjoy learning in a team-based environment as they learn about alternative energy and engineering in this three-day workshop. Camp will also include and opportunity to work with Hydrocar Fuel Cell model cares to learn about fuel cell technology and how this alternative energy source could revolutionize the future of transportation. Students will also be introduced to wind power technology. Please bring a peanut-free sack lunch.

    • SESSION 1: July 12-14 | 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. | Main Campus
    • SESSION 2: July 19-21 | 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. | Main Campus
    • SESSION 3: July 26-28 | 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. | Main Campus

     

    Funding for Girls Leading the Charge programs has been provided by an E2 Energy to Educate grant from Constellation, an Exelon company. 

  • Culinary Camp for Teens Career Exploration

    Culinary Camp for Teens

    Register for Culinary Camp

    This program is for high school students who want to learn how to prepare and present artful meals. Students will learn safe knife skills, hot to roast, grill and braise meats, as well as pastry techniques. PLUS! You'll have the opportunity to learn from two award-winning executive chefs with JJC's Culinary Arts program. Registration fee is $329. Cost includes a chef coat. 

    • July 18-21 | 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. | City Center Campus

  • Fire/EMS Career Exploration

    Fire/EMS Career Exploration

    Learn more about these rewarding careers during a morning boot camp at Joliet Junior College. This program is for high school students. Participants will have the opportunity to participate in a hands-on exercise, tour our state-of-the-art facility and learn from current JJC faculty. If a career in the Fire Service or EMS is for you, then make JJC your first choice! Space is limited. Registration fee is $25.

    • Monday, August 11 | 8:30-11:30 a.m. | Main Campus

     

    Register for EMS/Fire Career Exploration

How to Register for Classes

  • By Phone

    Register for Classes By Phone

    • Call (815) 280-1555.
    • Our registration specialists would be happy to assist you during office hours.
    • Our office is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. If you call when our office is closed, please leave a message. We will return your call as soon as possible.

  • Online

    Register for Classes Online

    Here are some tips and trick for registering online:

    Follow the links through our interactive digital catalog
    • Each class in our digital catalog is linked to a registration system.
    • Just click on the class title to be taken to the correct system.

     

    Lifelong Learning and Kids College classes are registered through eResources
    • When you click on the link in the catalog, you will be taken to the front page of eResources. You will have to search for the class.
    • We have created an eResources Registration Guide to help lead you through the process.

     

    eResources Registration Guide

    Career Training and Professional Development classes are registered through Dynamic Forms
    • When you click on the link in the catalog, you will be taken directly to the registration page.
    • Fill out the form and click 'Submit Form.'
    • Complete payment information on the following page.

     

    Need help with online registration?

    Please call our office at (815) 280-1555. We would be happy to assist you.

More Information

  • COVID-19 Update

    In the event of important deadlines or class dates changing due to COVID-19, please visit JJC's COVID FAQ page for the most up-to-date information. All continuing education courses will follow JJC's COVID-19 precautions.

  • Photographing Program Participants

    Joliet Junior College reserves the right to photograph or film program participants. Photos and recordings are for college use only and may be used in college publicity materials and social media. Please notify programming staff if you do not wish to be photographed or filmed.

  • Traffic School

    Will County Traffic School

    As of July 1, 2020, the Will County Traffic School will be administered by the Will County Bar Association. For information on the program, please visit www.WillCountyTrafficSchool.com.  Their email address is help@willcountytrafficschool.com or call (815) 553-0910.

    Motorcycle Training

    For information on the Illinois Central College Motorcycle Rider Safety Program held at Joliet Junior College, please call (800) 252-3348 to enroll.

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