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Maine Adult Education Association

Augusta Adult and Community Education

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33 Union Street, Suite 2 • Augusta, ME 04330 • 207-626-2470 • Fax: 207-626-2529




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Fall 2018


Hello, and thank you for taking the time to read our Fall, 2018 Adult and Community Education brochure.  Augusta Adult and Community Education’s mission is to provide opportunities for citizens that meet their academic, occupation and enrichment needs.


We provide classes that include basic reading and math skills, English as a second language, high school completion, College Transition classes that enhance acceptance to post -secondary training and credentials for obtaining employment.  We use tried and proven methods of instruction that includes supportive technology.  Our new classes for the Fall 2018 semester are, Big Brothers Big Sisters Information Session, Bus Travel Club, Cooking with Essential Oils, Embrace the Inner You, Handling Aggression, How to Read and Use Nautical Charts, Just Paranormal, Past and Future Life Journeys, Portuguese and Culture – Parts A & B, Seamanship (new version), The Dirty Dozen (Essential Oil-Based Alternatives), and The How To’s of Crystals and Stones. 


We offer a full range of Enrichment classes and are always looking for more ideas from the community.  Please feel free to contact us with your thoughts. If you have ideas for new programming please don’t hesitate to bring them to our attention.  For more information in regards to our program and services, please feel free to call us at (207) 626-2470. 


Augusta Adult and Community Education offers technical support to those who wish to become more familiar with how to use broadband, or high-speed internet services for education, enrichment, obtaining health information, supporting economic and community development and accessing governmental services. As your local Adult and Community Education program, we are the Community Connection for Broadband Technical Assistance in Augusta. This service is presented in cooperation with the Maine Department of Education and ConnectME Authority.  Learn more at


Zane Clement, Director


 College Transitions

For more information about our College Transitions program, click here!

Fall 2018 catalog (PDF)

Kennebec Learning Center Information



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33 Union Street, Suite 2 • Augusta, ME 04330 • 207-626-2470 • Fax: 207-626-2529