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College Transitions

 Career Counseling and Testing
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Career Counseling and Testing

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We have contracted with a college and career counselor to offer the Myers Briggs Type Indicator online. After you have completed your MBTI profile and Strong Interest Inventory you may schedule a session with the counselor to review your results and to discuss options for post-secondary education and your career goals. 

For additional information and login data please call the office or e-mail jtremberth@scarboroughschools.org

College Planning for Adults
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College Planning for Adults

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with David Morrill

College Transition Coordinator David Morrill is happy to assist you with a plan to attend college. To schedule a time to meet, David Morrill may be reached directly at morrilda@spsdme.org or 207-553-3811. If you need any other assistance contact Adult Education Director Joan Tremberth at  jtremberth@scarboroughschools.org or TEXT 731-8294.

How we can help: 

If you are an adult with a high school credential we will help develop a plan to prepare you for the Comunity College or University system, including:  

• Classes in computer, skills, reading & writing and Mathematics to improve essential academic skills

• Skills assessment and testing

• Academic, Career and Financial Aid Advising

 

College Success Seminar
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College Success Seminar

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Explore the college learning process, discover your individual learning style, practice test-taking skills, time management and study skills! This college level course is equivalent to ACSS 104 at SMCC. Attendance and completion of the class with a grade of 80% or higher earns you 3 CREDITS as a matriculated student.

This class is available at several Hub Area programs, i.e.  PAE, Bonny Eagle, Gorham, Windham; and you will be able to talk with an adult education professional at the SMCC Campus starting Spring Semester 2020 

Go to: maineadulted.org





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