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Academy of Medical Professions W19
MMRACE has partnered with the Academy of Medical Professions to deliver online certificate courses in health care professions. Online Training Programs can start you on a path to in-demand careers in the health care field. You can begin the online programs at any time, whenever it is right for you to start. Choose from many different program options! •Clinical Medical Assistant - $3,000 •Dental Assisting - $2,400 •Group Fitness & Personal Trainer - $1500 - $3,000 •Medical Office Specialist - 3,500 •Medical Transcription - $3,500 •Pharmacy Technician - $1,850 •Phlebotomy - $2,400 These online career training certification programs may be available at no cost to qualifying students* through Maine CareerCenter. If you are unemployed or under-employed, call us at 873-5754 for details today! *Qualifying participant through CareerCenter - unemployed or underemployed (making less than $15 per hour), must have high school diploma or equivalent, must pass CASAS reading and math assessment with a score of 220 or over, must have active account at Maine JobLink.
Art In an Evening: Pablo Picasso's Messalonskee W19
with Doreen Morgan
In these three-hour paint sessions, you will paint a masterpiece and be able to take it home. No art experience is needed! Doreen provides the paint, brushes, canvas, aprons, easels, and instructions to create your art project. You will leave class with a smile and find your artistic side. Wonderful for gift giving or that room you have just redecorated. In the first session we will paint Klimt’s “Owls” - and who doesn’t love owls! Then we will let Picasso’s “Rooster” inspire us with his color and design - a fun piece to paint! A $45 material fee is payable to the instructor at the start of each class. Limit 18 students. Storm date will be the following Wednesday.
Beginner to Intermediate Horsemanship W19
with Mary Kay Tisdale
Learn horse handling and horsemanship skills in a positive atmosphere. This “hands-on” course is designed for those who are planning to become new horse owners or have recently become new horse owners without prior experience. Students will be paired or grouped up, depending on class size, and assigned a horse for hands-on instruction. Students will learn safe handling, proper positioning around the horse, training techniques in reference to groundwork, general equine facts on health and safety and proper tacking up and fit. Students will need a digital thermometer, boots with a heel (or hiker style high tops shoes) and optional leather gloves. Student limit 8
Digital Photography, Small Group Tutorial Messalonskee W19
with Kirsten Guyaz
Come learn more about both the artistic side - including composition and design - and the technical, such as aperture, shutter speed, loss and non-loss files, downloading to electronic formats, simple editing, and more. We will be outdoors shooting as daylight and weather permit! You must bring your camera, manual, CHARGED batteries, and ALL cords to each class. Optional: If you have a laptop and/or card reader please bring them. Interested students 13-17 may register with a registering and participating parent or guardian. Limit 5 students.
Elder Law The Basics Messalonskee W19
with John Nale
Getting Started in Social Media for Seniors Messalonskee W19
with Eli FitzGerald
Do you want to start using social media but feel quite intimidated? This class will cover basics of how Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, and other medias work. Smart phones are required for some apps. Up-to-date laptop or tablet is/are ok. Limit 8 students.
Healthy Living Module 4: Health and Well-Being W19
with Paula Raymond
These four-week long modules work with students to address the barriers that prevent them from going back to school or changing careers. This is a great choice for students who are not sure they can commit to a full-semester course. Each module will meet once a week for four weeks and are independent of the other modules. This allows students to take one, two or all of the modules over the course of the semester. Each completed module earns a student one-quarter high school credit towards their diploma, however, the modules are open to any adults in the community. No class Apr. 15.
Jewelry Making Messalonskee W19
with Sherrie Brann
Do some shopping for Mother’s Day or for your self during this one-night class. We will make a beautiful pendant, basic earrings, and bracelet. If you have a special stone you are welcome to bring it to use for your pendant. All other supplies will be provided. A $15 material fee is payable to the instructor at the start of class. Limit 8 students.