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5 Secrets of Confident Conversation: Networking

$150

with Bonnie Gross, York Adult & Community Education

Calendar Dec 13, 2017

If you feel uncomfortable and shy at networking events, in meetings, and or at social functions, then this workshop is for you. Gain skills and confidence in - how to act, what to say, and how to make a great impression Learn how to project confidence in business and social situations  

How to enter a room full of strangers

Make people want to listen to what you  have to say!                     

Enter a room so that people want to talk to you

Introductions and how to remember names (including your own!)

How to start a conversation and what to talk about when you don’t know what to say

What to say (and do) in difficult situations, such as pronouncing a name incorrectly

Say goodbye so that people remember you!

Look good socially! (my foolproof formula)

About Boating Safely W18

$50

with Betsy and Al Egglsto USCG Auxiliary, Mt. Desert Island Adult & Community Education

Calendar Jan 25, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 8 weeks
This team-taught, 10-12 hour U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary course, provides recreational boaters with the knowledge and skills to boat safely on either inland or coastal waters. General topics included in the ABS course are: boating operations, boat handling, boating laws and regulations, water traffic patterns, equipment requirements, and introductory navigation. Students will complete a multiple choice exam at the conclusion of the course. Participants who pass the written exam are awarded a USCGA certificate that may be used to satisfy state boat operator certification as well as possibly earning a discount on insurance premiums from many marine insurers. This course is approved by the National Association of Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA). Also a part of this ABS course includes two additional session for more detailed navigation. These session will be optional for ABS course attendees.

Course fee includes textbooks.

Absolute Beginner Yoga

$54

with Ann Kimmage, Merrymeeting Adult Education

Calendar Jan 25, 2018 at 4 pm, runs for 6 weeks

You’re tempted and would like the chance to give yoga a try but aren’t sure where to start. These gentle poses and helpful modifications are perfect for beginners and those who are new to yoga and might lack flexibility. Enliven, de-stress, and maintain a healthy body with yoga and mindfulness techniques taught by an experienced, certified yoga and stress management instructor.

Absolute Beginner Yoga

$54

with Ann Kimmage, Merrymeeting Adult Education

Calendar Mar 15, 2018 at 4 pm, runs for 6 weeks

You’re tempted and would like the chance to give yoga a try but aren’t sure where to start. These gentle poses and helpful modifications are perfect for beginners and those who are new to yoga and might lack flexibility. Enliven, de-stress, and maintain a healthy body with yoga and mindfulness techniques taught by an experienced, certified yoga and stress management instructor. No class on march 29th.

Academy of Medical Professions Courses
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Academy of Medical Professions Courses

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with Spruce Mountain Adult Education

Calendar Aug 14, 2017

Thinking about a career change?  Are you a displaced worker? Want to stay close to home and receive a great education in the healthcare field? Spruce Mountain Adult and Community Education is now partnered with The Academy of Medical Professions and will be offering the following classes: 

          Phlebotomy with CPT 

          Pharmacy Technician 

          Medical Transcription 

          Medical Billing Specialist 

          Hospital Billing & Medical Coding 

          Certified Group, Exercise, and Personal Trainer 

          Dental Assistant 

For more information, call the Academy of Medical Professions at 866-516-8274 or 207-721-0714 or email info to www.academyofmedicalprofessions.com 

 

 

 

Acadia National Park: How to Get a Job! W18

Free

with Heather Cooney, Mt. Desert Island Adult & Community Education

Calendar Jan 31, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week
Each year Acadia National Park offers many exciting work opportunities. This workshop will familiarize the student with the process of applying for positions at Acadia National Park and other Federal Government organizations and agencies. The student will learn to navigate the USAJOBS website to search for jobs, create a profile, build a resume, and apply for positions. Students will learn the language used to describe seasonal, temporary, and permanent positions and eligibility to compete. Highlighted Jobs at ANP: Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island and the Schoodic Peninsula offers many exciting employment opportunities each year through the summer season. Seasonal employees in the Maintenance Division support the park in diverse ways. We maintain the paved roads and carriage roads, maintain and rehabilitate 156 miles of trails, clean, maintain and repair all buildings and facilities, run an automotive repair shop, and respond to equipment and utility service calls throughout the park. The Maintenance Division is always looking for new people to bring their skills and enthusiasm to the program. Join us for an informational meeting about when and how to apply for these exciting opportunities.

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Acadia National Park: How to Get a Job! W18
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Acadia National Park: How to Get a Job! W18

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with Heather Cooney, Mt. Desert Island Adult & Community Education

Calendar Jan 31, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week
Each year Acadia National Park offers many exciting work opportunities. This workshop will familiarize the student with the process of applying for positions at Acadia National Park and other Federal Government organizations and agencies. The student will learn to navigate the USAJOBS website to search for jobs, create a profile, build a resume, and apply for positions. Students will learn the language used to describe seasonal, temporary, and permanent positions and eligibility to compete. Highlighted Jobs at ANP: Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island and the Schoodic Peninsula offers many exciting employment opportunities each year through the summer season. Seasonal employees in the Maintenance Division support the park in diverse ways. We maintain the paved roads and carriage roads, maintain and rehabilitate 156 miles of trails, clean, maintain and repair all buildings and facilities, run an automotive repair shop, and respond to equipment and utility service calls throughout the park. The Maintenance Division is always looking for new people to bring their skills and enthusiasm to the program. Join us for an informational meeting about when and how to apply for these exciting opportunities.

ACCUPLACER Testing
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ACCUPLACER Testing

$15

with Michelle Guillaume, Spruce Mountain Adult Education

Calendar Jul 1, 2017

Through partnership with the University of Maine at Augusta and Central Maine Community College we now offer ACCUPLACER testing.  The ACCUPLACER assess college reading, writing, mathematics, and computers.  Colleges generally use these scores to place you in the most appropriate classes.  Fee will be waived for those enrolled in our College Transitions program. 

For more information conact Michelle at mguillaume@rsu73.com





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