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Budgeting Basics W18


with Sherrie Brann

Calendar May 17, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Create a household budget that works for you! In this workshop we will explore tools and tips for personal money management. Learn to track your expenses, build a budget, and set financial goals.

How to Become a Notary Public W18


with Patti Dubois

Calendar Apr 4, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week
The instructor will guide the students through the application process to become a Notary Public, and will provide basic information on common notary duties, and share how to perform wedding ceremonies. Limit 15 students.
My Next Career Move (Online Class) W18
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My Next Career Move (Online Class) W18


with Sherrie Brann

Calendar Apr 4, 2018 , runs for 6 weeks

My Next Career Move (Online Class) Take charge of your career and create an action plan to achieve success. Learn how your current skills connect to future careers. Identify high-growth job fields. Explore education and training options. Strengthen your resume for a targeted job search. Graduates of My Next Career Move are eligible to apply for the University of Maine at Augusta GEN Scholarship, to be used at any UMA location. For more information and to register call 621-3436 or email Apr. 4 - May 16, To be completed on your own schedule during the weeks of the class.

Small Business Start Up Messalonskee W18


with Jean Dempster

Calendar Apr 10, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

This one-session workshop will help you decide if self-employment is the right choice for you. The class covers the pros and cons of owning your own business, the steps needed for start-up, the major elements of a business plan, and the many resources available to help you succeed. Please pre-register by Tuesday, Apr. 3. Limit 20 students.

Substitute Teacher Training W18


with Ronald Merrill

Calendar Apr 12, 2018 at 5:30 pm, runs for 1 week
Substitute teaching in the public schools can be very rewarding as well as very challenging. In this workshop an experienced and well-respected local substitute teacher will share his knowledge and strategies with those who want to find success as a substitute teacher. Topics will include classroom and behavior management, the substitute survival pack, resources and expectations from local schools, helpful hints to keep any classroom on track, and information about staff conduct, affirmative action and harassment policies. Persons who successfully complete this two-hour workshop will receive a certificate that will be acknowledged by local schools as part of the application packet. Limit 10 students.

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