The deadline for the State of Maine Grant is Tuesday May 1. This deadline is firm and there are no exceptions. We don't want anyone to miss out!
Students must file their Free Application for Federal Student Aid at FAFSA.gov by May 1 to be considered for the $1500 State of Maine Grant.
All those considering college(two-year, four year and certain certificate programs) should complete the FAFSA, even if you aren't sure of your exact plans.
FAME can help!
or email Education@FAMEmaine.com for more information.
Posted by AE Admin on April 10, 2018
Take the step you will never regret!
Adult High School Diploma
Students work towards completing required credits for graduation.
HiSET-High School Equivelency Test(formerly GED)
Students work on demonstrating proficiency in 5 content areas.
Both adult education diploma pathways will prepare you for any work, college or any psot-secondary goals you wish to pursue.
Call our office @ 207-627-4291
firstname.lastname@example.org to see what program would be best for you.
It's Never Too Late To Graduate!
Posted by AE Admin on April 1, 2018
If you have been thinking about going back to school and futhering your education our
Lake Region and Fryeburg Area Adult Education's College Transistions Program
could be perfect for you!
Our college preparation program will set you up for success with:
College and Career Guidance
We can help you explore the right college and career
Academic Skills Development
Prepare for and take college placement exams
Everyone's financial situation is different. We will help you find ways to afford college.
We offer free resources and support to help you succeed every step of the way!
You are college material. We'll help you find your place and get you there.
We are very excited to also be offering our College Success Class which is a blended learning class focusing on the essential skills of a successful college student. These skills include study skills, time management, decision making strategies, financial literacy, career pathways exploration and academic readiness. This class fulfills a required college graduation credit at both Central Maine and Southern Maine Community Colleges. Students who pass this course will be awarded 1 credit hour on his/her college transcript!
Call or email us today to find out more about this program!
Call 627-4291 or email email@example.com
Posted by AE Admin on October 12, 2017
Our Spring 2017 Certified Nursing Assistant class will be having their pinning ceremony on June 15, 2017 @ 7 PM at the Crooked River School. This celebration marks the completion of the coursework and clinical experience required to prepare for their state exam. These students also received additional coursework that qualified them to earn the State of Maine WorkReady credential- an acknowledgement that they have demonstrated high standards of work-readiness skills.
We are so proud of all of the hard work and dedication these ladies! Congratulations to all of our hardworking CNA students!
Posted by AE Admin on June 6, 2017
This is the time of year we all look forward to in the field of education: GRADUATION! We are lucky in the adult education world-we get to do two a year! Our spring graduation will be held on June 15th @ 6:00 PM at the Crooked River School. Our graduates wil receive their diplomas and their friends and families will come to witness the event and help them celebrate and acknowledge their acheivements. We know how hard our students work to complete their education. Adult students are juggling family, work and all of life's responsibilities. They still manage to find the time to work with our staff to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to receive their adult high school disploma or the HiSET high school equivelency diploma. we are so proud of them for their hard work and acheivements!
Congratulations To ALL of our hardworking graduates!
Posted by AE Admin on June 6, 2017
We are partnering with the Maine Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC) to offer a workshop taught by Christy Le on Essentials of College Planning:
Wednesday, April 26th
10am - 12pm
Bridgton Town Office, 8 Iredale St., Bridgton, ME
This workshop introduces people to educational opportunities in general and MEOC services in particular. This interactive workshop touches on the four steps in the college process: admissions, financial aid, career and study skills. The admission section reviews college options, the college search process and the application structure. The fundamentals of financial aid, including the filing process and the applications are covered in detail. Career options and counseling are introduced. Effective transitions into college, college readiness and study skills are discussed. The participant receives 101 The Essentials of College Planning Workbook, The Post Secondary Guide to Education in Maine, The Student Guide, and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
For more information and to register, call 207-627-4291 or email our College & Career Advisor.
Posted by AE Admin on April 6, 2017
TechHire Maine is connecting Maine's workforce to careers in information technology and computing.
The TechHire Initiative is a multi-sector effort to empower Americans with the skills they need, through universities and community colleges as well as non-traditional paths to technology training.
In August of 2015, Educate Maine’s Project>Login program received a TechHire Community designation from the White House on behalf of the program’s extensive network of Maine employers, educators, and workforce colleagues. Project>Login is now one of 71 TechHire Communities across the U.S.
TechHire Maine's focus is to recruit, assess, train, and place young adults and underserved individuals into Maine's IT industry. Participants take part in training and work experiences tailored to their career goals using a customized track approach. All of the tracks are driven by employer demand and provide opportunities to obtain the specific competencies or experiences participants need to meet their employment objectives.
Posted by AE Admin on March 28, 2017
Look in your mailbox and around town for our Winter-Spring 2017 Course Catalog or download it here!
You can sign up for many of our courses online.
Academic courses can be registered for in person by appointment in Bridgton, Casco, Fryeburg, Lovell, and other locations in MSAD 61 & 72. Stop by our main office at Crooked River School in Casco or call 207-627-4291 for more information.
Posted by AE Admin on January 3, 2017
An elegant Lake Region & Fryeburg Area Adult Education graduation ceremony was held at Crooked River School on Thursday evening, December 15, 2016. Four of the six students who recently earned their high school credential attended the graduation ceremony along with dozens of proud friends and family members.
Posted by AE Admin on December 19, 2016
PRESS RELEASE: June 13, 2016
By Madelyn Litz, Adult Education Director
Our adult education programming is winding down for the school year, with graduation set for Thursday, June 16 at 6PM at Stevens Brook School. Look for pictures in next week’s paper!
We’ve recently had two ceremonies for students completing both our Fire Fighter training and Certified Nursing Assistant programs. We are very proud of their accomplishments. These are folks who have received workforce training with Adult Education that meets employment needs in our communities!
We are highlighting a new workforce training opportunity this summer for those interested in obtaining their CDL Class B license! Students completing this class will be able to drive a school bus, passenger bus, dump truck, fuel truck, or any vehicle in this weight class. Class begins on July 12 at our Educational Services Building behind the high school. A great opportunity, and only $200.00 for this valuable training! Other requirements are necessary, so call our office at 627-4291 or visit our website: lakeregion-fryeburg.maineadulted.org for more information.
It’s important for all our residents in both communities to know that ALL of our academic classes, career advising, college transition, and HiSET and diploma programming will be running right through the summer. We’ll continue to use our Bridgton location on Wednesdays at the Town Office, the library in Fryeburg, and our main center in Casco. Remember, it’s never too late to graduate! Call 627-4291 for more information on all our academic, workforce, and enrichment programs.
We’re working on our Fall 2016 catalog now, so if you’re interested in teaching or taking a class, please call us so we can continue to provide programming that meets the needs of our residents.
Posted by AE Admin on June 13, 2016