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2020-2021 Calendar

Learning for everyone

SAD1 Adult & Community Education is proud to offer several options for our academic courses! We provide on site class sessions, remote access, online independent learning and blended (any combination of the above). We are here to help you fit your education needs into your schedule and timetable!

Whatever new skill or life change you’re dreaming of, there’s a good chance our adult education program can help you get there.

  • Jan
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    SAGE – U.S. Fleet Submarine in WWII

    The U.S. Navy used 288 diesel submarines in WWII. Most were stationed in the Pacific theater to fight back the advances of the Japanese. Approximately 16 thousand American men served on these ships and suffered the highest fatality rate of any U.S. naval unit. Despite numerous problems with engines and weapons, Fleet Submarines accounted for […]

  • Feb
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    Contact Tracer Training

    According to the Medscape Coronavirus Resource Center, at least 44 states and the District of Columbia have begun expanding their contact tracing workforce. To help meet the need for training for contact tracers, we are offering this course, based on CDC and public health guidelines.This contact tracer training will provide you with a skill which […]

  • Feb
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    SAGE – TED Talks: Democracy

    Using videos and discussion, this course will explore questions about democracy ranging from basic to more complex and thorny issues: What is democracy? Why does it matter? What role does it play in our government? What are the constitutional issues? What are benefits and risks? What are threats to it that pundits keep warning us […]

  • Feb
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    SAGE – Aroostook County in World War 1

    “Maine National Guard Historian Jonathan Bratten details the sacrifices and stories of Mainers in the Great War, as he follows Houlton’s Company L of the 103rd Infantry Regiment from its mobilization at Camp Keyes in Augusta all the way to France, and back again. The “Pine Tree Regiment,” as it was called, experienced some of […]

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    SAGE – German POW Camps

    Erica Nadelhaft teaches history at the University of Maine at Fort Kent and she is the Northern Maine outreach educator for the Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine. She is offering a presentation on the German POW Camps in Maine during World War II. One of the camps was located in Houlton and, during […]

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