- No-Cost Academic and Career Advising
- Citizenship Test Preparation
- Driver’s License Written Exam Preparation
- TOEFL Preparation
- Workforce and Digital Skills Training
- High School Equivalency Diploma Testing (HiSET) and Preparation
- College Transitions Programs
- Practice Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing
- Connect With Other Students
- Use Skills in Real Life
- Learn English Language Basics
Enrolled students may also access services through the Adult Learning Center on the 3rd Floor of the McLain School.
The ELL Program focuses on developing language skills in the context of everyday functions, such as attending parent-teacher conferences, going to the doctor, finding and securing a job, or grocery shopping. Also included are the importance of civic participation, voting and elections, the path to citizenship, and preparation for the work force. Career advising topics, such as how to write a resume and search for job opportunities in our local papers and online are incorporated into lessons. All students are supported in pursuit of long-term career goals.
Providing a welcoming and supportive environment for our students is a core value of this program. Please join us!
Register at https://rsu13.maineadulted.org/course/english-language-learning-for-adults/, or call 207-594-9764.
English Language Learning students at the Tuesday evening class. Pictured are L to R: Instructor, Elizabeth DiLalla, Judith Fernandez, Pat Amaroso, Jacky Qian, Rose Belagantol, Julio Jimenez, and Liming Zheng.
Students, Julio Jimenez and Judith Fernandez, are pictured here with Instructor, Elizabeth DiLalla. These friends hail from the Republic of Columbia and are dedicated students in the ELL program.