Adult Education Chemistry with Lab Instructor, Sean Pfahler, will lead this summer’s free class at UROCK.
Rockland-Chemistry with Lab will be offered this summer through a partnership with RSU13 Adult & Community Education and UROCK at no charge to adult learners entering various medical and technical fields. “This is an excellent opportunity to meet the admissions high school "Chemistry with Lab" prerequisite for students who are prepping for Nursing or Medical Laboratory Technology admissions.” UROCK’s Director, Deb Meehan announced. “If you have been away from science courses for a while, this course is recommended to prep you for rigorous college science classes.” Students who successfully complete the class will earn 1 high school credit through RSU13 Adult & Community Education.
Instructor, Sean Pfahler adds, “I'm pleased to share my love of science through this class, and hope to inspire my students to continue learning throughout their lives.”
The course is sponsored by a state-funded College Transitions grant received by Adult Education Programs in the Midcoast Adult Education and Career Access Services Hub which included coastal programs from Belfast to Topsham. RSU13 Adult & Community Education is one of eight Adult Education Programs in the grant partnership. This course is available at no charge to students who will be actively enrolled in a college or technical training program within 18 months.
Chemistry with Lab will be held on-site at UROCK from July 8 through August 31 on Mondays and Thursdays from 9am-noon. Limited space is available. To register visit www.rsu13.maineadulted.org or call 594-9764.
Posted by Callie Saulniers on June 5, 2019