Thanks for the feedback, Paul & Vanessa!
It's hard to know which track I belong in without a description of what each track covers, but I think I would rather be in the advanced and have to catch up on stuff than be in the beginner and possibly get frustrated. The only thing intimidating to me is the 'technology' aspect -
So not my thing.
Okay - my mind is made up, if we are not already leaving for Europe in early May when this "camp" hits, I'm there. In fact, I've given DH a deadline of 2 more days to decide if we're leaving for Europe that weekend before I register and make him plan our summer trip AROUND this seminar.
Now - any tips on resume formatting for this type of thing? Bear in mind, my only professional resume is a list of opera roles I've sung and where, concert appearances, etc. I've never paid attention to "normal" resume formatting. Where to get started? And how to make an entire resume out of volunteer work??