Join Literacy Volunteers Waterville Area for an extremely rewarding experience! A free, interactive tutor training will certify you as a Literacy Tutor. A $20 material fee for textbook; Tutor, 8th ed., New Readers Press will be due to the instructors on the day of class. Literacy Volunteers Waterville provides free one-to-one tutoring services for area adults. Our tutors and students meet weekly to address a wide variety of literacy needs including English as a second language. We now offer a Family Literacy Program teaching adults to read with and to their children (birth-10). For more information contact Paula Collins, Literacy Volunteers Waterville Area, 105 Kennedy Memorial Dr., Waterville, ME 04901, 207-873-7786 or email@example.com. Limit 12 students.
Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education continues to collaborate with the Waterville Public Library Business, Career, & Creativity Center to offer an array of programs for area residents who need assistance with career and job searching, including the technology skills that are needed in today’s world.
• Job Search Lab The Job Search Lab is for job seekers of all backgrounds. You can get ideas to improve your job search, work on your resume/cover letter, and learn about education and training options available in our area. No appointment necessary just drop-in! Staffed by Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education, Augusta CareerCenter, and New Ventures Maine. Tuesdays, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
• Job Search Navigator Schedule an appointment to meet with Dana Hamilton, Employment/Resource Navigator with Kennebec Valley Community Action Program. Dana is available to help job seekers navigate job search tools and other resources in the Waterville region that can aid in your ability to get a job or improve your self-sufficiency. Call the Library at 207-680-2603 or stop by the Information Services Desk to schedule an appointment to meet with Dana on a Tuesday. Weekly. Appointment required.
The Waterville Public Library also hosts or supports:
• Computing Lab of 14 computers (available: Monday - Thursday, 10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.; Friday, 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; Saturday, 10:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.)
• Faxing, scanning, and printing services
• Job Fairs
• Employer Recruiting Events
• Computer Workshops
• Essentials of College Planning workshops
• Job Corps Information Appointments
• PechaKucha Night Waterville
Please visit the Waterville Public Library web site watervillelibrary.org or Facebook page facebook.com/wplbcc for updates.
Your response in the 2020 Census is critical to help our communities and state. What does the Census do? ? The Census determines how many House of Representatives each state can elect to represent their state in Congress. ? The Census helps determine the amount of federal funding each community receives. ? The Census helps communities plan for community needs like new roads, schools, and emergency services. ? The Census helps businesses determine the best place to open their business. Who should complete the Census? The census will count everyone living in the United States and is collected by household. Therefore, everyone living in all 50 states is required by law to be counted in the 2020 Census. The census survey collects information by household – so parents will complete the census for any dependents living in their household. How can I complete the census survey? There are three options to participate in the census: ? Online ? By phone ? By mail What if I do not have a computer and Internet at home, but would like to do it online. Can I?
Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education will have open computer lab hours every other Tuesday, Feb. through May 2020, for anyone to come in and participate in the census. There will be a designated staff member available to assist with any questions.
Tuesdays, 9:00am-12:00pm, Mar. 23, Apr. 13 & 27, & May 11 & 18 Waterville Senior High School, Room 33
Visit: www.2020census.gov and maineadulted.org to learn more about the census.