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Archive: January 2019

Ed2Go - Personalized learning for YOU! [Eastern Aroostook Adult and Community Education]

Ed2go.com!

 

Study at home, or come in and use our up-to-date computer lab!

 

 

We offer 360+ instructor-led online courses, from professional
technical development to personal interest, through a partnership with Ed2Go.
Classes are convenient and affordable. You will spend two to four hours each week
completing two lessons in an interactive learning environment in which you will be able to
interact with instructors and fellow students in online discussion areas.  
Most courses begin near the middle of each month and last six weeks.
Upon completion of a course with a passing score,
you will get confirmation of completion from your learning institution.
Most of these courses are 24 hours and may be used for professional
CEUs or in addition to campus courses for high school completions.

These are just a few  categories of courses that are offered!

Accounting and Finance
Business
College Readiness
Computer Applications
Design and Composition
Healthcare and Medical
Language and Arts
Law and Legal
Personal Development
Teaching and Education
Technology
Writing and Publishing

 

 

Posted by Courtney Miller  on January 31, 2019

Adult Education Newsletter January 2019 [RSU #13 Adult and Community Education]

Adult_Education_Update-_January_2019.pdf

 

Posted by Callie Saulniers  on January 28, 2019

Spring 2019 Catalog- download here!! [Franklin County Adult Education]

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1eRuaUbBfoPRhVzpLxA9L76IT-T7xroS-/view?ts=5c49c375

 

Posted by M Burd  on January 24, 2019

We had a banner turnout for our new-student orientation; in spite of the weather challenges.. [Franklin County Adult Education]

--Looks like we have a motivated bunch!  <3 (and yes; that is indeed snow halfway up the window!!) Big thanks to panelists  Jennifer Stevens , Ed Coordinator and Kelli Gatz, Clinical Instructor at  Franklin Community Health Network , and the always-effervescent  Nichole Ernest  of  United Way of the Tri-Valley Area  for keeping it real!

https://www.facebook.com/franklin.county.adult.ed.maine/photos/pcb.2291824047516997/2291817957517606/?type=3&theater

 

Posted by M Burd  on January 24, 2019