Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education provides the free services of a post-secondary counselor to assist students with their career and educational plans following receipt of their high school diploma or the HiSETTM. It is required that all academic students meet with the post-secondary counselor soon after registration and begin to plan for the next step. Please contact our office at 873-5754 for an appointment with Linda Davis.
This program partners with Northern Light Healthcare to provide students with the skills and experiences to become Maine State Certified Nursing Assistants. Skills will be taught in an interactive classroom on-site of a healthcare campus and participate in a three-week clinical experience. The course will focus on nursing theory and application, including basic anatomy, physiology, and clinical performance. Those who successful complete the program will be eligible to apply to Northern Light Healthcare as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Prerequisites: students must successfully pass the reading and math skills assessment and interview screening to be admitted to the program. Classes are ongoing throughout the semester. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information regarding eligibility, program cost, and program start dates and schedule.
Learn the basics of MS Word. Users will learn how to cut, copy, paste and become familiar with fonts, formatting text, bullets, page layouts, mailings, views, header and footer, tables, text boxes, pictures and more! We will create letterheads, business letters, and reports. Students will need to bring a thumb drive to class. Limit 12 students. No class Feb. 18.
This course will assist students to develop the skills necessary to be successful in their life and careers. The class will cover topics in a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere. The class will be offered in three modules. Students may take one or all three modules. Each module will meet once a week for five sessions and is independent of the other modules. This allows students to take one or more of the modules over the course of the semester. Each completed module earns a student one-third credit towards a high school diploma. Community members are always welcome and encouraged. No class Feb. 17, and Apr. 20.