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Archive: November 2009

Instructors Wanted [Madawaska Adult and Community Education]

 

Instructors Wanted

Do you have a hobby that you would like to share with adults in your community?  Teaching an adult education class is fun, fulfilling and flexible part-time employment.  We are currently soliciting course proposals for classes starting in September and October.  Only teachers of academic courses require teacher certification. 

For more information, contact Madawaska & MSAD #33 Adult Ed at 207-728-6314 or 207-728-3371 ext. 423.  You may also submit a course proposal form electronically.  We are particularly interested in course proposals in the following areas:

  • Digital Photography
  • Handheld Electronics (GPS, Cell Phones, IPods, etc.)
  • Beginning Sewing
  • Fitness
  • Interior Design
  • Floral Arranging
  • Ballroom Dancing
 

Posted by Christine Cowie  on November 30, 2009 | Read more in: News and Events

Sun Journal Sunday: "Foodies filling Lewiston cooking classes" [Lewiston Adult Education]

Sun Journal reporter Bonnie Washuk visits a Lewiston Adult Education cooking class to investigate the current "foodie" trend. See the full story here:

 http://bit.ly/6E2WJJ

 

CAUTION: Do not read if you are hungry!

 

Posted by Jessica Crabtree  on November 30, 2009 | Read more in: News

Sharing the Table & Meet Your Chefs Programs in the News! [RSU #13 Adult and Community Education]

Georgeanne Davis of the Free Press wrote a terrific article on our pilot programs, Meet Your Chefs and Sharing the Table. Click here to see the article online! 

We still have six available slots for this class. Call 596-2018 to register.

 

Posted by Vanessa Richards  on November 19, 2009 | Read more in: News

LAE Learners featured in Museum L-A's latest exhibit! [Lewiston Adult Education]

Come see Museum L-A's new exhibit, "Rivers of Immigration: Peoples of the Androscoggin," exploring the flow of diversity in Lewiston-Auburn.

Generations ago, people from Ireland, Canada, Greece, Lithuania, Italy and many other lands were the new people in town. Different languages and cultures set them apart. Over time, their assimilation into the community became the community. New immigrants are now calling Lewiston-Auburn home.

HEAR the stories and SEE the faces of the people who have joined our community. FOLLOW a Timeline that traces the flow of diversity in L-A. ADD your own story to the Interactive Writing Wall. 

Many students from the Lewiston Adult Learning Center are involved and have shared their stories to help make this exhibit possible!

For additional information, see the write up on Lewiston Adult Education’s Facebook Page or contact Museum L-A at 207-333-3881 or http://www.museumla.org

 

Posted by Jessica Crabtree  on November 18, 2009 | Read more in: News

Region 9 Enrollment Boom

Region 9 has 84% enrollment increase due to worker lay-offs...

 

Posted by Cathy Newell  on November 6, 2009 | Read more in: Press clippings