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College Transitions

Registration - HiSET, Diploma, College Transitions and Adult Basic Education

Free

with Christa Galipeau

Calendar Sep 4, 2020 at 9 am

This is where your future begins!  Whether you are looking to complete your high school education (diploma or HiSET) or want to brush off skills for college, this is the first step.  During this scheduled one-on-one meeting, we will walk you through all the registration paperwork, set your personalized schedule and give a clear picture of how our program works and what you can expect.   You will also complete our CASAS intake testing to give us an idea of where you are academically and give us a starting point to set you on your path to a new future. Please plan on the process taking at least 2 hours.  You may bring a parent, spouse or friend with you.

New student registrations are being accepted but will be processed when our office reopens in August.

You will need to bring your Social Security Number and any past transcripts you may have.  

You will receive a phone call from our office in August to confirm your registration and to answer any questions you may have. We look forward to working with you!

If you have questions, please email adulted@sad1.org.

 

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Career Readiness
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Career Readiness

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with Christa Galipeau

Calendar Sep 8, 2020 at 8:30 am

This course will first guide you to examine your own strengths, skills and preferences to help you choose a career path.  Then you will learn more about your chosen career, set some short and long-term career goals and finally map a pathway to reach those goals.  We will also help you develop the skills and tools you will need to follow that pathway. This includes resume writing, interview skills, customer service and professionalism. This course will  help you practice and attain the skills you need to not only get and keep a job, but start a career with growth opportunities.

Students join this class at anytime during the academic year! 

Register with us ONLINE  today or call 207-764-4776 to discuss your next steps!

College Success
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College Success

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with Christa Galipeau

Calendar Sep 8, 2020 at 8:30 am

College Success is designed to help students feel comfortable with the experience of being a college student.  Through interactive exercises and assignments, the class will discuss a variety of topics including the transition to college life, goal setting, career planning, study skills, time management, campus resources, and information literacy.  The ultimate purpose of the course is to provide an opportunity for students to learn and adopt strategies to be successful in college and beyond.  This class cannot be taken for high school diploma credit.

Students join this class at anytime during the academic year! 

Register with us ONLINE  today or call 207-764-4776 to discuss your next steps!

Digital Literacy
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Digital Literacy

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with Christa Galipeau

Calendar Sep 8, 2020 at 8:30 am

This online course offers lessons in Computer Fundamentals, Living on-line (including privacy and security) and Key Applications and Information.  This course is customized to each student with a pre-test determining which lessons the student will be required to complete. The purpose of this course is to provide the basic computer knowledge necessary to be successful in daily life and basic jobs. Open to High School Completion & CT students as well as the general public.

Students join this class at anytime during the academic year! 

Register with us ONLINE today or call 207-764-4776 to discuss your next steps!

Money Skills on Essential Ed
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Money Skills on Essential Ed

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with Christa Galipeau

Calendar Sep 8, 2020 at 8:30 am

Looking to make a budget for yourself or family?  Interested in improving your credit, saving money or getting a loan?  This online course will walk you through the basics of saving money, making a budget, and how to keep and use good credit.  These tutorials and lessons give you real world examples and can help give you the basic knowledge you need to plan for a more financially stable future.

Students join this class at anytime during the academic year! 

Register with us ONLINE today or call 207-764-4776 to discuss your next steps!

 

Work Skills on Essential Ed
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Work Skills on Essential Ed

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with Christa Galipeau

Calendar Sep 8, 2020 at 8:30 am

The most asked for training that employers request their employees to have is “soft skills”.  Soft skills include how to work with customers, how to be professional, reliability and problem solving.  This online course will give you a basic understanding of what soft skills are and why they are so important and sought after in the workplace.  Over the series of lessons and tutorials you will learn how to effectively communicate in the workplace, how to become a valued employee and the traits that employers are looking for.  Jump start your next job search or improve your current work environment with this course.

Students join this class at anytime during the academic year! 

Register with us ONLINE today or call 207-764-4776 to discuss your next steps!

 

College Transitions English
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College Transitions English

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with Jessica Smith

Calendar Sep 14, 2020 at 9 am

Have your high school diploma or HiSET® but aren’t quite ready for college level English?  Does your college/university want you to pay for foundation level classes that won’t provide you with any credit towards your degree? CT is perfect for you!  You will be prepared for college level English at no cost.

This course is designed to help students build a foundation for college reading and writing skills.  The reading, sentence skills, and essay sections of the Accuplacer (college placement test) will be taught through use of literary text, various writing prompts and class discussions. Khan Academy, IXL and study.com are among the online platforms that will also be used.

Students can come to the SAD1 Adult & Community Education office and access this live class via ZOOM.

Students join this class at anytime during the academic year! Register ONLINE today or call 207-764-4776 to discuss your next steps!

 

College Transitions Math
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College Transitions Math

Free

with Judy Perkins

Calendar Sep 14, 2020 at 11 am

Have your high school diploma or HiSET® but aren’t quite ready for college level Math or English?  Does your college/university want you to pay for foundation level classes that won’t provide you with any credit towards your degree? CT is perfect for you!  You will be prepared for college level Math at no cost.

Students will learn new concepts through teacher instruction/demonstration, classroom discussions, and investigations.  Homework will be assigned and corrected on a weekly basis with the opportunity to ask questions to further understanding.  Tests will be administered at the end of each chapter with a final exam at the end of the course.  If there is no test scheduled there will be an open-book/note quiz following the correcting of the homework assignment.  Students are strongly encouraged to ask questions to ensure they have the skills to complete the weekly homework assignments.  Homework is required to practice and reinforce new skills and concepts taught weekly.

Participants must register with SAD1 Adult & Community Education prior to attending.





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