A new chapter in business strategy was written on June 5, 2013 when over a dozen businesses in Aroostook County, Maine met via the Internet to discuss marketing and communications issues at three sites, the Univ. of Maine at Fort Kent, Northern Maine Development Corp. in Caribou, and Region Two Vocational in Houlton. Nancy Marshall from Nancy Marshall Communications facilitated the session through technology provided by the USDA RUS grant and the CONNECT ME authority. Internet-focused business sessions and related adult education classes will be offered across the state of Maine in the fall of 2013.
Posted by Bernadette Farrar on June 13, 2013
Check out the link to see why even a Moose in Maine needs their GED in order to get a good paying job. Contact our program at 521-3100 ext. 5 to explore your options!
Posted by Bernadette Farrar on May 17, 2013
Monday, October 15, six students traveled to Houlton High School to attend a candidate forum sponsored by LEAD (Leaders Encouraging Aroostook Development). Audience members were asked to submit questions to the candidates to hear their position on different issues ranging from energy to education. Candidates participating in the forum are running for state senate and house positions. This activity is part of Houlton Hodgdon Adult Education's participation in the 2012 VERA (Voter Education Registration and Action) project.
Posted by Bernadette Farrar on October 19, 2012