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Sign up today: MCST Adult Ed Classes for Fall

Posted September 19, 2019

Enroll today in courses at MCST Adult Ed. Learn in our new building! View or register on our website: Details are also in our new Fall ‘19 catalog.

Or call 596-7752 opt.3 and speak to Heidi or Betsy to register over the phone. Heidi gives a talk on Oct. 7th at 5:30pm for those curious about becoming Adult Ed instructors: FREE. Here are upcoming offerings:

Freezing is a 1-night class focused on handling foods for the freezer. Learn the most up-to-date info and surprising tips for preparing garden surplus. Come away with a reference folder and a sample of supplies. This is presented by the Maine Cooperative Extension Service and runs Tuesday, 10/1, from 5-8pm.

CNC Machining covers the fundamentals of using a vertical CNC milling machine. Learn to generate a program using basic G and M codes. Some prior machining experience is helpful but newcomers are welcome. Check the website for more details, but don’t miss this course opportunity. The course runs for 7 Tuesdays, starting 10/1, from 4:30-7:30pm.

We offer one-night group sessions that tackle life’s personal dilemmas. Patricia LaVallee directs Death Café, Tuesday evening, 9/24 at 5:30 to break down barriers for discussing death and dying. It follows a worldwide group gathering of the same name developed by Jon Underwood, solidified by a serving of cake(!). Patricia returns on Tuesday, 10/1 at 5:30 to lead How to Talk to Your Dragons. Join in to better understand what pulls you to act or react, how to interpret those inner voices, and how to recognize what influences are helpful. The final session covers methods to develop limits and how to stick by them. Appreciate boundaries at Mend Your Fences – Person to Person on Tuesday, 10/8 at 5:30. Call to enroll in any or all.

QuickBooks 2017 Intro is offered to help you navigate this widely used software application. Your small business or office staff will appreciate the aid in paying bills, tracking expenses, invoicing, paying sales tax and creating reports. This is geared for beginning users and runs for 6 Wednesdays from 6-8pm starting October 9th.

Excel 2016 Basics provides a broad understanding of spreadsheet mechanics. If you’re seeking employment in an office setting or need to refresh your Excel skills, basic setup, entering, editing and formatting of cells is covered. At last, understand the use of basic formulas! Dot Prescott instructs for 6 Tuesdays from 6-8pm, starting October 15th.

Computer Tech and Pharmacy Tech are offered for online training. Study on your own schedule! Review our professional certificate courses available online at from accredited Career Step