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2016-2017 Math Tutoring
with Louise Burns
Students come in for hands on math tutoring with Louise.
Advanced ESOL (English Speakers of Other Languages)
with Donka Theriault
This class is for those students who have mastered basic English reading and writing skills. Student placement is based on individual writing and reading assessments. Students will set short and long term academic goals that compliment clear career and employment goals to help guide this student-centered learning environment. Topics are tailored to support individual goals. Course is partially funded through an AEFLA grant. Instructor: Donka Theriault Mondays, January 23 - May 15 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM No charge to Maine residents.
Beginner Wood Carving
with Wayne Preston
You will complete two projects to develop your carving skills. Class discussions and items include: how to do basic cuts, how to sharpen your tools, and safe carving techniques. Carving knife available through instructor for $17 to $24.00. Materials fee of $10.00 is paid directly to instructor. To view Wayne's work and for more ideas go to: www.CarverWayne.com
Career and College Readiness Skills
with Julianna Patten
In this class you will explore career options, financial aid opportunities, college admissions and career searches. You will learn college language, visit programs and colleges of interest, hone your writing skills, and gain the confidence and skills needed to enter a post secondary program. As part of this class you will prepare to take the writing component of the ACCUPLACER test, an admission’s requirement at most colleges. Funded through a Maine College Transitions grant. Instructor: Julie Patten Wednesdays, January 25 - May 17 Noon - 3:00 PM $120.00 for non-MCT students
with Julianna Patten
Where do you see yourself in five years? Julie can assist you in translating your work history into marketable work skills, help you explore your work strengths, and provide options for you to make your next career move. Career exploration has been part of our program for over sixteen years. Individual appointments up to an hour are available. Day and evening hours available. Instructor: Julie Patten By appointment: Call 676-3223 No Cost
Civics Literacy for U.S. Citizenship
with Tami Belanger
This class is designed using the process needed to attain citizenship in a democratic society. You will build the literacy skills needed and the knowledge required to become a U.S. citizen. Lessons include how our country was formed, important U.S. texts and governing documents. This class is funded through an AEFLA grant and may be taken more than once. Instructor: Tami Belanger, Meets Wednesdays, January 11 - May 17 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM. No cost to Maine residents.
CLEP - College Level Examination Program
with Lisa Smith
Join the 350+ past participants who shorten their path to a college degree, recertification or career advancement with CLEP. CLEP is?a time-saving avenue to degree completion, offering thirty-six tests assessing college-level knowledge to validate your prior leaning. With over 2,900 colleges and universities in the United States accepting CLEP credits, you can save money and reach your academic goals. NACE offers a flexible schedule in a comfortable air-conditioned space as well as individual appointments for your comfort. Call to register now! Testing is ongoing throughout the year.
ESOL for Work, Home & Community
with Tami Belanger
Focus on language skills found in the workplace as well as home?and throughout the community. You will establish career goals, explore workplace vocabulary in careers of your choice, and build communication skills found in all three environments. Students will experience team building skills, how to fill out job applications, basic computer skills, and build a skill based resume. This is a partially AEFLA funded class and students welcome to begin at any time. Instructor: Tami Belanger Mondays & Tuesdays January 9 - May 23 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM No Charge to Maine residents.