Here are some exciting classes that will start during the Fast-Track 2 session at Palomar College (March 26, 2012). These classes take place on both the Pauma Education Center and on the San Marcos campus.
Questions can be directed to the AIS/AMS Dept. either via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone (760-744-1150 xt. 2425).
AIS 102,The American Indian and the U.S. Political System. #34245, TTH at 6-8:50 p.m. at Pauma Education Center. Juanita Dixon, instructor. Class starts March 27 and ends May 17. You’ve heard of federal and state governments. What is the third form of government in the U.S.? Tribal governments! Learn about Indian sovereignty, law, gaming, and land issues!
AIS 155, American Indian Community Development, #34246, Tuesdays at 6-8:50, at the Pala Tribal Library, P. Dixon and L. Locklear, instructors, with special speakers. This is a hybrid class with some activities online. Class starts March 27 and ends May 17. Find out what issues face Indian communities today!
AMS 104, American Family and Genealogy, #34244, Mondays and Wednesdays from 2-4:50 p.m. in A-12, San Marcos campus, Steve Crouthamel, Instructor. Class starts March 26 and ends May 16. Learn about the origins and values of the American family! Learn how to find your ancestors!