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Cooking Matters at the Grocery Store
with Healthy Acadia, RSU 24 Adult Education
Join us for "Cooking Matters at the Store," a free class offered in partnership with Healthy Acadia and Maine SNAP-Ed. In this one hour session, we will bring the grocery store to you! Participants will learn tips to stretch a food budget, how to use unit pricing, how to buy fruits and vegetables on a budget, how to identify whole grains, how to read food labels, and how to save money! All participants will receive a $10 Hannaford Gift Card.
If you have questions, please feel free to contact your instructor Lizzie Meier at 667-7171, ext. 211, or email: email@example.com.
Managing the Human Resource Function
with David Nosnik, York Adult Education
Attracting and retaining talented employees promotes the health and success of your organization. High-retention workplaces tend to employ more engaged workers who, in turn, get more done. Engaged employees are more likely to improve customer relationships. In this class, we will teach how to identify sources of employees in your industry, how to establish pay rates, and tools for greater retention. We will also teach you the importance of maintaining a labor manual including specific labor policies and employee benefits.
College Financial Aid 101: FAFSA, Forms, and EFC
with Joshua Bartlett, York Adult Education
Filling out college financial aid forms is one thing, but how do you prepare for it? It's important to know the impact of income and asset types before filling out forms, otherwise thousands of dollars in potential aid may be missed.
Managing Student Loan Repayments
with Jessica Whittier, Windham/Raymond Adult Education
Would you like to know more about the options available to you when paying back your student loans, and learn how to consolidate them? Whether you are a recent graduate or have been repaying your student loans for a long time, join us to learn how to best manage your student loan repayment. We’ll discuss federal and private student loan repayment as well as Public Service Loan Forgiveness for federal student loans. We’ll share the necessary resources for successful student loan repayment – including an overview of federal student loan consolidation and private education loan refinancing.
FAFSA and more
with Melissa Ivey, MSAD#1 Adult & Community Education
The MEOC works with adults who are interested in furthering their education. We are able to help individuals explore career options. Depending on the career and path you have chosen, it may be supporting you while you are completing a high school diploma/HiSet, a certificate, or a college degree. We also help you fill out college applications and the FASFA. For others, the focus is on finding the funds available to them through grants and scholarships.
Once you have registered for a session the instructor will contact you. She will see what your needs are and if you would like to meet in person, over the phone or via zoom.
Hampden - Social Security - Your Questions Answered - Hampden Academy
with Rob Smith, Orono-Hampden-Old Town Adult Ed Partnership
Social Security: Your Questions Answered Seminar - Hampden Academy
Rob Smith Financial Advisor EdwardJones
Social Security: Your Questions Answered is an educational program for people who are nearing retirement, ages 55 and up who have questions about social security. During this 45-minute seminar we'll help answer these questions: How does Social Security fit into my retirement income plan, when should I start taking benefits, what about taxes?
Tuesday, March 28 6 - 7 pm
Course fee: $10
Raising Financially Savvy Kids
with Sarah Blondin, Oxford Hills/Nezinscot Adult Education
Are you raising financially savvy kids? Come learn together how to help them develop healthy money attitudes and formulate simple saving strategies early. Implementing good money habits now can eliminate financial struggles in adulthood.
Ready or Not? Preparing for the Unexpected
with John Byrne, Bangor Adult & Community Education