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York Adult Education is IN THE NEWS! [York Adult & Community Education]

Ron McAllister put a really nice piece together about York Adult Education in the York Weekly yesterday.  It is titled, York Adult Education is Enriching Educational Opportunities.  To see the article, click here.  Thank you, Ron!


Posted by Lisa Robertson  on September 3, 2015 | Read more in: News

Welcome to Chelsea Dow McCurdy, Evening Coordinator [Mt. Desert Island Adult & Community Education]

Please welcome Chelsea Dow McCurdy to the MDI Adult Education team. She is the new Evening Program Coordinator and will greet you upon arrival. She will help with last minute registrations and make sure things run smoothly in the evening. Chelsea graduated from MDI High School and from Husson (2011, Youth Development). She is currently an Ed Tech at the High School and also works at The First, N.A., in Bar Harbor. You might also run across her husband, Matt, who is a new member of the high school's wonderful custodial staff.      


Posted by Anne Patterson  on September 1, 2015

Readers Anonymous 2015-2016 Book Club Reading List [Lisbon Adult & Community Education]


Posted by Sara Flowers  on September 1, 2015 | Read more in: Events and News

New Career Pathways Adviser [Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education]

Linda Davis is our new Career Pathways Adviser and Student Success Course teacher. 

She is excited to work with you in planning your next step, whether it is college or a career.  

Call 873-5754 to make an appointment with Linda.


Posted by Shelley McGowan  on August 31, 2015

Sign up now! [Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education]

Now is the time to sign up for your High School Diploma or HiSET(GED) classes! As the Intake Coordinator and Academic Counselor, Alice Openshaw can help you chose the best program and schedule for you!  Call 873-5754 for an appointment.


Posted by Shelley McGowan  on August 31, 2015

Information Night for CCI classes [Scarborough Adult Learning Center]



for all upcoming

CCI classes on

September 23rd

@ 6:00 pm


Since 1993 CCI has been supporting innovative classroom-based programs to college & universities, career & technical schools and Adult Education. Now, in addition to classroom training, CCI has expanded into engaging, interactive programs though HEALTH ED.



Posted by Joan Tremberth  on August 30, 2015

ELL: English Language Learners Open House and Welcome Night on Monday Sept. 14 [Scarborough Adult Learning Center]

Monday, Sept 14, 6:00 to 7:00 pm, Scarborough High, Room A108

For both new and returning students. Please come and meet your instructor, Tim Sturtevant. He is there to answer any program questions for you. ESL students will be able to take a placement test on the first evening of class or at Orientation. Please contact Joan Tremberth at 730-5045, 730-5040 or


Classes are for students who want to improve their English language skills. If you speak a language other than English at home or need to work on your communication for work or daily life, this program can help.

Learn in a relaxed setting where you can improve your English. Classes are small, allowing lessons to be tailored to individual student needs and are offered at no cost to you! Suited for ESL levels 1-5.


Posted by Joan Tremberth  on August 30, 2015

Thank you to our Volunteer Instructors [Scarborough Adult Learning Center]

Scarborough Adult Learning Center wishes to thank instructors who taught free enrichment workshops as a community service last semester. Your contributions enrich and strengthen our town’s sense of community, offering citizens opportunities for growth on many levels – personal, social, academic and professional – mind, body and soul.

Thank you!

  • Lisa Fernandes, MOFGA, The Resilience Hub, Portland Permaculture
  • Donna Gordon, volunteer, ELL program
  • Jen Hatch, Revision Energy
  • Doug Hitchcox, Maine Audubon
  • Kate McCarty, UMaine Cooperative Extension
  • Wendy Thompson, Westport Educational Consulting
  • Kelsey White, Cumberland County Soil and Water District

Posted by Joan Tremberth  on August 30, 2015

CNA: Certified Nursing Assistant - Information Night September 2, 6 to 8 p.m. [Scarborough Adult Learning Center]

Join us at Scarborough High School to learn how you can become a CNA - September 2 from 6 to 8 p.m. For an application or if you have any questions - please call Joan Tremberth at (207) 730-5040. 

CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant

180 Hour State-Approved Course If you have always wanted to get into the medical field then becoming a CNA is a great way to start! You must be at least 18 years of age and a high school graduate. All applicants are also required to take and receive an acceptable score on the CASAS reading test, agree to a background check, provide evidence of required immunizations and show evidence that they can perform the physical work required of the position.

Please call the office for an application or email or and plan to attend the Information Session. You may complete your application then and take the CASAS placement test.These things must be submitted before your interview for placement in the next class. In addition we must have your physical form prior to the start of your clinical rotation at Pine Point Nursing Center. Fee: $500 SPACE IS LIMITED to 10 students per session and fills quickly.

The confirmed schedule is available online at www. maineadulted/scarborough website. Start date is Monday, September 28 and will run for 10 weeks 3 days per week/ Classroom portion is M, T &TH 8:30 am to 3:00 pm,  clinicals being scheduled shortly thereafter.


Posted by Joan Tremberth  on August 30, 2015

St. John Valley Small Business Academy Workshop [MSAD #27 Adult and Community Education]



Posted by Heidi Michaud  on August 28, 2015