Make this the year you get your high school equivalency (HiSET) credential. Or, get inspired by learning a new skill or hobby. We offer cooking, crafts, and practical courses and seminars so that you can live your best life.
Whatever new skill or life change you’re dreaming of, there’s a good chance your local Maine adult education program can help you get there! Check out a few upcoming classes below:
This is a hands-on interactive course that will explore beans from different origins, the fundamentals of roasting, and factors that impact coffee freshness. We will cover tasting coffee, flavor profiles, different types of brewing methods and brewing variables that affect taste. By the end of the course, students will be able to apply a basic […]
Houseplants purify air, regulate humidity, and even reduce stress levels! This two week session teaches you the basics that you need to make your houseplants thrive. Basic needs will be covered in the first class: light, soil, water, nutrients, and pest control. The second class will include propagation and troubleshooting any issues are facing with […]
ZOOM Where do you start when you want to buy a house, especially in these challenging times? Join us to learn the necessary steps and components along the way to becoming a homeowner! Learn about the 3 C’s: credit, capacity, and collateral. The home loan process is covered, as well as the Maine State Housing […]
This is a registration link only. Fully course payment of $275 is due by the first class when the course is determined to run. This 50 hour course prepares participants to work in home health care or residential settings. Personal care, communication skills, observing, reporting, and documentation are taught. How to provide care safely and […]
Are you curious about the feathered friends in your yard or at your feeder? Learn to identify birds that you may find locally! We will study the appearance and habits of a number of beautiful birds that make their habitats locally. Linda Woodard is the Director of Scarborough Marsh Audubon Center.