Maine Adult Education Association was proud to feature several awards at the 2018 Conference held at the University of Southern Maine in Portland. Theme for the conference was “Better Together” and educators came together to learn about teaching methods and much more.
|Dr. Carol Leary, President, Bath Path University and the American Women's College and Gloria Collins, Windham/Raymond Adult Education full scholarship|
For the first time, The American Women's College at Bay Path University awarded one full-time scholarship to a woman from Maine served by the Maine Adult Education Programs. The winner, Gloria Coffin, Raymond, of the Windham/Raymond Adult Program will have the opportunity to enroll in the fall of 2018 and begin her journey towards completion of her undergraduate degree.
The American Women's College is the first 100% online program in the nation exclusively for women. Through the accelerated, online format, the recipient can choose from over 20 career-focused degrees and graduate within as little as one and a half to three years. The program is based on a unique award-winning online platform known as SOUL, Social Online Universal Learning, designed specifically to help women complete a college degree by monitoring academic progress in real time and connecting students with classmates and faculty in innovative ways.
Students at The American Women’s College benefit from the Women as Empowered Learners and Leaders program, also known as WELL, to develop the skills, confidence, and knowledge to achieve their goals and are also assigned educator coaches who support the student from the start to the finish of their degree.