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Now What Do I Want To Be….


with Shelli Pride

Calendar Oct 30, 2017 at 10 am, runs for 2 weeks

Now What Do I Want to Be…..

Have you been out of the workforce raising kids or caring for a family member? Whatever the reason, if you are looking for your next step, wondering what your next move will be – join us! This class will help you identify your career interests and figure out how to get there.

Instructors: Stephanie Haskins/Shelli Pride

Wednesday, 9/27 & 10/11, 10AM – 12:00PM, Gray New Gloucester Adult Ed

Monday, 10/30 & 11/13, 10AM – 12:00PM, Windham Raymond Adult Education

Fee: $25

Pre-College Math


with Jodi Harnden

Calendar Sep 18, 2017 at 4 pm, runs for 14 weeks

Pre-College Math

Our pre-college math class is designed for students who want to brush up on their math skills or seek to boost their Accuplacer scores for college entry. This course will review basic math, including factoring, fractions, percents, and word problems, well as some elementary algebra concepts in a supportive environment.  Students will have time for practicing skills, asking questions and learning some basic skills in time management and organization.  No class 10/9.

Instructor: Jodi Harnden

Mondays, 9/11 - 12/18. 4:00 - 7:00 PM for 14 sessions

Location: Windham High School - Tandberg/Room 129

Fee: $39

Success in College
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Success in College


with Shelli Pride

Calendar Sep 11, 2017 at 1:30 pm, runs for 14 weeks

Success in College      

Success in College introduces students to the college environment and provides opportunities to strengthen skills necessary for success at the college level.  Learning Theories and Self-Assessment Units explore the learning process, learning styles, and student developmental theory.  Career Decision Making Unit helps students understand and successfully manage some of their life and career transitions through readings, writing, and other activities. This course, under certain circumstances, earns three credits at SMCC and one credit at CMCC.  

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