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College and Career Readiness
with ACE Staff, RSU 25 Adult and Community Education
Develop academic and soft skills for college and career sucess. Class includes, but not limited to: Study Skills, Financial Aid, Time Management, Balancing Your Checkbook, Career Explorations, English, Math, and Biology.
College and Career Readiness Program
Are you preparing for college, training, making a career step and need to take a course or to receive a bit of tutoring to be ready for your next step? Any high school course can be taken as credit or non-credit (your choice) to assist you in reaching your goals. We also provide course specific tutoring, Accuplacer and ASVAB preparation, College and Career Readiness courses, Healthcare pre-requisites and preparation, and Digital Literacy tutoring and certification. Study Skills, Financial Aid, Computer Skills, Time Management, Balancing Your Checkbook, Career Exploration, English, Math, and Biology are all just a sample of the assistance we can provide. We accept enrollments year round and have onsite, blended, and distance learning options to fit your schedule. Most of our College and Career Readiness courses are free or of very low cost. Many of the individual courses and workshops are listed with expanded descriptions on our website at www.rsu25.maineadulted.org, and we will also work with you to design your own individual learning plan. Contact us to make an appointment with our friendly, knowledgeable staff and get started today!! Email us at email@example.com or call us at 469-2129 to schedule an appointment to discuss enrollment into this program.
with Peg Junge, RSU #13 Adult and Community Education
Have you been thinking about beginning college for the first time, or returning to finish up your degree? Do you need to brush up on your math, computer or writing skills?
YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
College Next is designed to prepare students for college with the skills and confidence to be successful. The program is offered by Maine College and Career Access (MCCA), with support from UMA-Rockland Center. College Next consists of three sections; English skill building, Math skill building, COL 100-Introduction to the College Experience (3 credit course). Students are encouraged to register for the full day, but may take any combination of the three sections.
Cost of books and supplies:
$90 for full program (all three sections)
$70 COL 100 + one skill building class
$50 for COL 100 only
Fees may be paid in full at Orientation (payment plans are available).
College Prep Algebra
with Vanessa Richards, Ellsworth Adult Education
This course is perfect for adults who need to prepare for success on a college entrance or licensure examination, including the Accuplacer, HESI, and PRAXIS, pass the HiSET math test, and/or earn a high school credential in the subject. The classroom atmosphere is fun and relaxed, and includes direct instruction, hands-on activities, and online learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will earn one high school diploma credit. No class 02/21/19 or 04/18/19.
Prerequisite: confidence in whole numbers, fractions, decimals and percentages, or Arithmetic Accuplacer score of 50+. Math for College & Work or Pre-Algebra will provide necessary preparation.
with Sue Lasselle, RSU16 Adult Education
For high school graduates who plan to enter college or vocational training, we offer classes required to meet pre-requisites and to brush up on specific skills. Registration: $50
Need more general preparation for the entire college experience? Please check out our no-cost 14-week College Transition class.
with Academic Instructor, Lake Region & Fryeburg Area Adult Education
Class begins: October 24, 2018– 16-hour requirement
Location: 2 ‘live’ sessions with an advisor/instructor in Naples and 6 online sessions-First and Last session are live in Naples with instructor
fulfills a 1 credit graduation requirement for both Southern Maine Community College (SMCC) and Central Maine Community College (CMCC). Students who successfully complete class will meet the graduation requirements for the Freshman Interest Group (SMCC) or the First Year Seminar (CMCC) and will earn a credit towards degree completion.
Pre-registration is required.
This class is available on a rolling admisssion basis-Call for more info!
Please call us: 627-4291
College Success Seminar
Explore the college learning process, discover your individual learning style, practice test-taking skills, time management and study skills! This college level course is equivalent to ACSS 104 at SMCC. Attendance and completion of the class with a grade of 80% or higher will earn you 3 CREDITS at as a matriculated student. This class will be available at several Hub Programs and transmitted to Scarborough via Webex. FMI and to register, please call 207-730-5040.
Is your next step College? College Transitions is designed to help students succeed! Geared towards students who would like to attend college or gain entrance into career certification programs.
Students are led through a variety of topics, including learning styles, critical thinking, study skills, time management, college applications, the ins-and-outs of financial iad & more.
Call 225-1010, option 1 for more info and to make an appointment to join this program.