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iPad – Getting Started

$24

with Stacy Lash

Feb 15, 2017 at 3 pm, runs for 1 week

This iPad workshop will break you into the exciting world of tablet PC’s. Learn what applications are and how to install them, what the desktop icons mean, and how to customize your iPad. Also included is a look into the best free and low-cost apps available today! iPads have something to offer everyone. Join us for a night of fun! Come with your iTunes account login & password, and your iPad.

Stacy Lash hold her MA in Professional Writing and has taught computer classes for Adult Education for several years. After taking a short sabbatical we are happy to welcome her back.

 

Job Search and the Internet

Free

with Goodwill Workforce Solutions

May 9, 2017 at 9 am, runs for 1 week

Once you have crafted an effective resume the next step is to job search. Today that is largely done online, with dozens of job search sites at your fingertips. Come to this workshop for a day of exploring and we will help you learn about the different sites and how to navigate them. This is a hands-on workshop. Bring your resume on a flash drive and be prepared to start your journey to success! Presented by Goodwill Workforce Solutions Staff

 

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Notary Public Training

$49

with Sherry Tibbetts

Apr 29, 2017 at 8:30 am, runs for 1 week

An excellent course for anyone considering becoming a notary public or for a notary who has not had formal training. The material to be covered will include the application and requirements for notaries, the duties and tasks performed by the notary, and the rules governing notaries. A workbook will be provided for students.

 

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Resume and Cover Letter Writing

Free

with Goodwill Workforce Solutions

May 2, 2017 at 9 am, runs for 1 week

Your resume is literally the first impression you make on a potential employer, so a great resume equals a great first impression! Attend this workshop and learn resume writing tricks that will catch an employer’s attention and get you an interview. You can create a resume that will get the results you want! Come join us and we will show you how. Presented by Goodwill Workforce Solutions Staff

 

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Secrets of Successful Independent Publishing

$29

with Jane Karker

Apr 13, 2017 at 6:15 pm, runs for 1 week

Independent writers now have a whole new way of producing and marketing their books. Recent innovations in the rapidly changing technology in printing have created a boom in self-publishing. Good books that do not meet traditional publisher’s criteria can now be affordably printed and marketed by self publishing authors. This workshop will outline some of the options both traditional and nontraditional, including what is offered locally. Students will find out how to get the technical assistance they need, and about the many types of organizations, printers, and publishers that work with Maine authors. Jane Karker is owner and president of Maine Authors Publishing and Cooperative and Custom Museum Publishing Inc., with over fifteen years of experience in the printing industry.

 

Simplifying Grants, Crowdfunding and Artist-In-Residencies for Creative Folks

$24

with Laura Lee Perkins

May 8, 2017 at 5:30 pm, runs for 1 week

Have you dreamed of securing funding for a creative project or an artist-in-residency? Grants and fully-funded residencies for individuals are readily available. This class explores the application processes, qualifications and moving through the fear of being judged. You really do not need to have “connections” to be successful.

Laura Lee Perkins MS has been awarded 11 grants and 5 artist-in-residencies for her work in music and writing. She enjoys sharing hundreds of free opportunities (with simple applications) available in the U.S. and abroad.

 

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Welcome to the World of Computers

$49

with Teresa Johnson

Mar 1, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 3 weeks

Sometimes it is best to start at the very beginning. If you are a first time computer user and need instruction on how to operate your machine, this class will help you unravel the mystery of the personal computer. We will start out at “How do I turn this thing on?” and cover other basic concepts including computer anatomy (hardware and software), mouse manipulation, working with Windows and most importantly – where to find stuff and what to do with it once you have found it! Includes question and answer time each session.

Teresa Johnson has a degree in Business Education and has taught computer and business classes in high school and through Adult Education for many years.

 





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