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Maine Adult Education Association

RSU #13 Adult and Community Education

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28 Lincoln Street • Rockland, ME 04841 • 207-594-9764



Dear Community Member,

You may have noticed changes in our RSU13 Adult Education program over the past couple of years—thanks for being so observant! As we continue on our journey to offer our community new skills and opportunities in academics, college and career access, and workplace and personal enrichment we need your feedback!  Please follow this link to take a quick survey and help us gain perspective of community needs, interests, and knowledge of our current programming. By partnering with other Knox County programs we are able to offer a broad array of courses. We look forward to hearing your ideas! Contact me directly at (207) 594-9764 or

Warmest Regards,                                                                                     

Christy Monroe, Director




Registration Open!

Youthlinks, an after school program of Broadreach Family & Community Services, will offer a Spring Session of FREE after school clubs at South School, Oceanside Middle School, Oceanside High School, and Thomaston Grammar School.

Youthlinks also hosts a cooking program for the local Soup Kitchen the second Saturday of every month.

Programming will run April 1st through June 14th and is FREE for students.

Families should register via the online links provided below. Paper forms are also available by email or at each school's front office.



Have you been thinking about beginning college for the first time, or returning to finish up your degree? 

Do you need to brush up on your math, computer or writing skills? 


Knox County College Transitions can help at no cost for instruction!

Give Peg Junge a call at 691-5751, or visit the College Next website for more information. 


Spring Semester Begins February 6, 2019 --Call to register today!



Are you interested in a career in Information Technology?

TechHire is a program designed to recruit, assess, train and place young adults into Maine's IT industry in positions like computer support specialist, software, and health informatics. Completed training will result in credentials recognized by the IT industry. The grant funded program provides a host of services to train young adults (between the ages of 17 and 29) as well as career changers who are looking to transition into IT roles.* Eligibility requirements do apply.

This 4 million dollar project is fully funded by a U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration grant awarded to Coastal Counties Workforce, Inc. This program/activity is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aides and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

For more information please contact: Coastal Counties Workforce area (York, Cumberland, Sagadahoc, Lincoln, Waldo and Knox counties): Dylan Barnett,, 207-274-9131

* For those over the age of 29, connect with your local career center to learn what training and employment services are avaliable.



What are our students saying?

"Your program is such a wonderful opportunity! You are all so wonderful and welcoming! More people should take advantage of what you offer the community."  L. Athearn, vocational education student.



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