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College and Training Preparation
with Sue Lasselle, RSU16 Adult Education
For high school graduates who plan to enter college or a vocational training program, we offer flexible, targeted and individualized classes needed to meet pre-requisites and to brush up on skills. Registration: $50.
with Adult Ed Staff, RSU16 Adult Education
If you have time for a more comprehensive preparation program to increase your confidence for college enrollment, we have options for you to consider with partner programs. Call 345-3217 for details!
Writing for College
with Joyce Turrell, Bonny Eagle Adult Education
Perfect your writing skills before you enter college. Call us to schedule an appointment to work with our instructor. In order to enter this class, some testing and completion of paperwork are required.
Please call our office at 929-9185 to set up an appointment to meet with our advisor prior to the class start date. (Free for students registered in our program)
Reading and Writing for College
with Brenda Hio-Hamdan, RSU #13 Adult and Community Education
Need help organizing an essay draft? Looking for ways to attack challenging reading assignments? Assistance is available for UMA-Rockland Center students seeking support with reading and writing at the college level. Registering for this session will get you in contact with an English instructor to help you.
College and Career Readiness
with Holly Thayer, Bangor Adult & Community Education
with Jessica Trimmer, Windham/Raymond Adult Education
Do you want to brush up on your math skills or are you looking to boost your Accuplacer and CASAS scores for entry into college? This Pre-College Math class is designed for you! We’ll review arithmetic, including factoring, fractions, percents, and word problems. We’ll add on algebra and statistics concepts in a very supportive environment.Registering for this class will put you in contact with Jessica Trimmer, WRAE’s Career and College Access Coordinator. She will be in touch!
WoWi - World of Work Inventory
with Marci Dionne, Kittery Adult Education
YOU CAN SIGN UP FOR CLASS ANYTIME DURING THE SEMESTER!
The World of Work Inventory (WOWi) is a comprehensive career assessment instrument, which has been carefully constructed to help a person learn the most about him or herself in relation to the wide variety of occupations available. The WOWi provides a personalized profile for each person. As a result, you will receive a listing of occupations most suitable to your unique combination of personality, interests and skills. If you are uncertain about what career you should be in, if you are considering a career change, or thinking of going back to school, the WOWI Online can help you explore your options, so you can make the best and most informed career decisions. Finding the right line of work is not always easy. Because you’re a complex person, you need a career test that measures more than one aspect of who you are in order to help you find the most suitable and satisfying occupation. That’s why WOWI Online measures interests, aptitudes, and personality. You will receive customized reports with career recommendations as well as O*NET career growth outlooks, salary ranges, and levels of education and training needed to enter the industry.
Free, 207-439-5896 call for link to take the online assessment then meet with the career counselor to interpret the career reports.
Algebra Skills for College -- ONLINE
with January Hapworth, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education
Are you preparing to take a college algebra course? Avoid taking developmental algebra at the college level and/or earn a credit toward your high school diploma. In Algebra Skills, you will develop a basic understanding of how to use algebraic terms and equations in solving problems.
Note: This class will be offered virtually through a combination of email, texting, Zoom, and/or online learning. Students may occasionally be required to come to Skowhegan Area High School for testing.