Put Yourself on the Road to Success
The New Year brings with it renewed possibilities and the opportunity for a fresh start. If you have been thinking about attending college, don’t miss this opportunity to further your education, improve your earning potential, and enhance your quality of life. The Lincoln County College Connection (TLC³) is hosting an information night for adults who want to enter or return to college on Wednesday, January 20th at Lincoln Academy from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
TLC³ is a collaborative effort between the Central Lincoln County, Boothbay Region, MSAD40, and Wiscasset Adult Education programs with classes offered in each program. The goal of TLC³ is to offer free services to adults who are planning to enroll in post-secondary education, change careers, or return to school. TLC³ offers services to help students get ready for college and ultimately earn a college degree. College Transitions in adult education works by providing classes in subjects such as: study skills, college writing, algebra, biology and chemistry; by helping with completion of applications and financial aid forms; and through college counseling and career planning. All the college transitions courses and workshops offered through TLC³ are free.
Come learn first hand about the advantages of being a College Transitions participant, meet the staff and find out which classes would be right for you. Refreshments will be served and families are welcome.
For more information, or to register please call Megan Dichter, Lincoln County College Transitions Coordinator at 350-6344 or contact AOS 93 Adult Education at 563-2811, MSAD 40 Adult Education at 832-5205, Wiscasset Adult Education at 882-9710 or Boothbay Region Adult Education at 633-3224.