This class is free for Marshwood Adult Education Diploma students. Throughout this course students will learn about the earth and our impact on our environment. The course will focus on project based learning with many opportunities for students to choose their learning paths. After completing this course students will gain a wide breadth of knowledge of the earth's systems, human impact on the environment as well as taking a look at modern issues of misinformation and political influence.
This is a free class for registered Marshwood Adult Education Diploma Students. This class will focus on racism and antiracism in America. We will be discussing, reading about, and writing about issues of race in our history and in our current society. Our primary text will be Stamped, by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi.
Kittery Adult Education is offering an integrated educational training program where participants earn the IC3 Digital Literacy Credential. The program uses a comprehensive curriculum and experienced instructors to develop:
- Occupational skills (computer literacy)
- Adult Education skills (vocabulary, writing, communication, and speaking and listening)
Once students pass all three IC3 computer exams; Computing Fundamentals, Key Applications and Living Online, they will be better prepared to work in an environment using technology and be ready for company specific training.
For more information regarding the IC3 certification click here.
This is a free program for eligible students.
Already Tech savvy? Ready for a challenge? Do you want to start a career in the IT field?
This course builds knowledge and skill development in digital literacy and IT support: including hardware and software troubleshooting, operating systems, and communication and procedure. Participants earn two industry certifications: IC3® & CompTIA® A+. You will be prepared for employment as a computer user support specialist/help desk technician.
To qualify for the FREE program, you must be:
A resident of Maine
Not enrolled in High School
Unemployed or underemployed
Authorized to work in the U.S.
Class schedule March 9, 2021- June 10, 2021, Tuesday and Thursday 5:00pm-8:00pm and Wednesday 5:00pm-6:00pm. Contact us to complete the required orientation and assessments before the class.
Designed for beginners, we will have you speaking and reading Spanish in no time. You will practice the basic building blocks of the language and common idiomatic expressions. You will know enough vocabulary and grammar for simple conversations, and you will learn how to ask and answer questions. Whether you speak some Spanish and need a refresher, or no Spanish, you will complete the course with the skills to communicate in Spanish.
Length (in hours): 32