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Thinking of returning to college? You can with an Adult Degree Scholarship. Apply by August 1st. [York Adult & Community Education]

Maine adults who want to return to college may qualify for as much as $4,000 per year in scholarships for up to four years, in a new Adult Degree Completion Scholarship Fund announced by the University of Maine System. The System's fund aims to help Maine people complete their academic studies at one of the Universities of the University of Maine System--many adults started their university education years ago, but did not complete a degree program for some reason, likely due to family or work obligations. The new scholarships are for adult students enrolling in a System university after an absence of three years or more from higher education, and who are completing their very first baccalaureate degree. Courses may be taken at any of the seven universities in Maine. In addition, a new "concierge" service has been established to assist and guide adult students, in the same way that the hospitality industry has concierges to help guide guests to explore a new area.  The university concierges, based in 15 Maine communities, will help adult students achieve their educational goals through activities such as applying to a university, choosing a major, finding financial assistance, and registering for courses." To find out more information about the scholarships, go to: http://www.maine.edu/future-students/adult-students/scholarships/

 

Posted by Andrea Winslow  on July 23, 2014 | Read more in: News

Fall 2014 CNA Course [Noble Adult & Community Education]

This 200 hour course meets the required hours in Maine, including 80 hours of clinical work in multiple settings, and is a great gateway to a career in the health field. Pre-requisites include: proof of high school completion, I.D (drivers license and social security card), two letters of recommendation and a reading level of at least 9th grade (an assessment will be given). Call now 207-676-3223 to put your name on the waiting list. We will immediately contact you when a date has been set. Cost of class is $900. 

 

Posted by J Vigliotte  on July 22, 2014 | Read more in: Fall 2014 CNA Course

Compass Program/College Readiness [Noble Adult & Community Education]

TRANSITION TO COLLEGE PROGRAMS AT NOBLE!

 The college transitions programs are designed to help adults prepare for college math and writing, tour colleges, get study skills and financial aid information.

For more information visit :

http://www.compass2college.net/

 

Posted by Dolly Bolduc  on July 22, 2014 | Read more in: News

UGotClass Online Certificates and Courses [Noble Adult & Community Education]

NACE is partnering with LERN and offering online certificatesand courses.

Example of some of the certificates include:

                                              supervisory and leadership certificates,

                                              social media for business

                                              building design,

                                             and a variety of other options!

 

All our students are welcome to use our computer facilities when courses are not in session. Call to reserve your quite work space or to use one of our computers.

For a detailed list of courses and information go to:

www.lern.org/ugotclass.cfm

 

Posted by Janna Vigliotte  on July 22, 2014 | Read more in: Online Certificates and Courses

Returning to college? Check this out and act by August 1! [Mt. Desert Island Adult & Community Education]

"Maine adults who want to return to college may qualify for as much as $4,000 per year in scholarships<

http://www.maine.edu/future-students/adult-students/scholarships/

> for up to four years, in a new Adult Degree Completion Scholarship Fund announced by the University of Maine System. The System's fund aims to help Maine people complete their academic studies at one of the Universities of the University of Maine System -many adults started their university education years ago, but did not complete a degree program for some reason, likely due to family or work obligations. The new scholarships are for adult students enrolling in a System university after an absence of three years or more from higher education, and who are completing their very first baccalaureate degree. Courses may be taken at any of the seven universities in Maine.

In addition, a new "concierge<

http://www.maine.edu/future-students/adult-students/concierge/

>" service has been established to assist and guide adult students, in the same way that the hospitality industry has concierges to help guide guests to explore a new area.  The university concierges, based in 15 Maine communities, will help adult students achieve their educational goals through activities such as applying to a university, choosing a major, finding financial assistance, and registering for courses."

To find out more information about the scholarships, go to:

http://www.maine.edu/future-students/adult-students/scholarships/

 

Posted by Anne Patterson  on July 15, 2014

Adult Degree Completion Scholarship Fund announced by the University of Maine System [Lawrence Adult Education]

“Maine adults who want to return to college may qualify for as much as $4,000 per year in scholarships for up to four years, in a new Adult Degree Completion Scholarship Fund announced by the University of Maine System. The System’s fund aims to help Maine people complete their academic studies at one of the Universities of the University of Maine System —many adults started their university education years ago, but did not complete a degree program for some reason, likely due to family or work obligations. The new scholarships are for adult students enrolling in a System university after an absence of three years or more from higher education, and who are completing their very first baccalaureate degree. Courses may be taken at any of the seven universities in Maine.

In addition, a new “concierge” service has been established to assist and guide adult students, in the same way that the hospitality industry has concierges to help guide guests to explore a new area.  The university concierges, based in 15 Maine communities, will help adult students achieve their educational goals through activities such as applying to a university, choosing a major, finding financial assistance, and registering for courses.”

To find out more information about the scholarships, go to: http://www.maine.edu/future-students/adult-students/scholarships/

The next application deadline is August 1. 

 

Posted by Kathy Cote  on July 15, 2014 | Read more in: News

KVCC Admit in a Day [Lawrence Adult Education]

KVCC presents: Admit in a Day!

Take the placement test, fill out an application ($20 fee waived!), apply for financial aid, and be reviewed for admission in ONE DAY!

Thursday, July 24th from 1:00-5:00 p.m.

What to bring with you:

  • An official, sealed copy of your high school transcript
  • Your immunization record
  • Your 2013 federal taxes and W-2s
 

Posted by Kathy Cote  on July 15, 2014 | Read more in: Events

July Newsletter [MSAD #27 Adult and Community Education]

Adult_and_Community_Education_News_July_2014.pdf

 

Posted by Heidi Michaud  on July 9, 2014

Summer Credit Recovery [Gray-New Gloucester Adult & Community Education]

Register Online Now!

Click the link below to get started!

Summer Credit Recovery

 

Posted by Stephanie Haskins  on July 8, 2014 | Read more in: Events and News

Growing Healthy Garlic [Spruce Mountain Adult Education]

Learn how to grow great garlic in your garden or farm from planting in the fall to harvesting in the spring.  Class participants will receive four bulbs to plant.

Thursday, October 2       6-8 pm 

Call for more information 897-6384

 

Posted by Kimberly Cook  on July 8, 2014 | Read more in: Events and News