Hello! I am Elizabeth Potter. I teach Reading, Writing and Mathematics in the College Transitions Program, so if you’re thinking about going to college I would love to help you prepare and brush-up in those areas that you most need it. All day Monday we have a community or cohort of learners who meet to review both academics and college success strategies. We’ll help you acquire everything you need in order to make the exciting leap to college. Not only will you be ready to enter your college courses well prepared academically, but we will assist you in completing all your financial aid and college application paperwork.
Calling all students…calling all students! Come one, come all, with us on two great field trips. Transportation departs from Wiscasset High School.
#1: March 21st 8:30am – 8pm ~Bangor / Orono – EMCC and UM-Orono campus tours, and Foster Center for Student Innovation workshop. Other places you’d like to visit?
#2: March 26th 3:45-7pm ~ Mid-Coast Hospital (Bangor)- tour from the medical employee perspective. Explore many careers in a medical facility – several of which you didn’t know existed!
Sign up with Vanessa (that’s me!): email@example.com or 975-6176.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT EXTRAORDINAIRE and researcher of all things! I can help you find what you need in adult education!
Michael Cooley, Admissions Counselor fromUniversity of Maine at Augusta will be visiting Wiscasset Adult Ed, Monday March 26 at noon in room 109 to answer all your questions concerning entrance to college!
Contact the adult ed office at 882-9710 for more information and to register!
Big changes to the GED® Test in 2014 On March 15, 2011, The American Council on Education (ACE) and Pearson announced the creation of a ground-breaking new business that will drive the future direction, design, and delivery of the GED® testing program based on their vision for the GED in the 21st century. Their press […]
What do you know about adult education? What can adult ed do for you? I often hear people say, “Wow, I didn’t realize adult ed did so much!” So, let me tell you a little about what exactly it is that we do. I will explain why we need adult ed, and why we need […]