News & Events
- April 5th, Wednesday - two hour delay start for all classes
- Evening Adult Ed Classes Cancelled March 27, 2017
- Wed., March 15th, No day time classes. Evening classes as scheduled.
- Classes ending at 11:45 am, Tuesday March 14th
We are always encouraged to find people showing support for their neighbors by requesting information about becoming a volunteer tutor.
RSU 24 Adult Education depends on volunteers to provide tutoring in a variety of contexts and subject areas. One to one and small group tutoring is ideal for people who want to improve their skills but cannot travel, are uncomfortable attending courses or need a little extra help between sessions. Our adult learners set their own goals (i.e., getting a driver’s license, helping their children with school work, filling out forms and applications, getting a high school diploma, going to college, starting a career in health care.) Learners improve their skills using 'real life' materials relevant to their busy lives. Tutors and learners work at a time and place convenient to both.
We need tutors and volunteers to support the program in other ways. This year we are holding monthly Volunteer Orientation Sessions. These sessions share information adult student issues, orient prospective volunteers to our programs, and share ideas about how they might get involved, and distribute Volunteer Information Forms to folks who are interested after the orientation.
If you are interested in exploring volunteer opportunities in our program please:
Register for a RSU 24 Adult Education Volunteer Orientation. You can register for an orientation in the following ways:
o On line at www.rsu24.maineadulted.org
o Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
o Call our office in Sullivan at 422-4794
o Stop in our office at the Sullivan Town Office
Return Volunteer Information Form to: RSU 24 Adult Education, 1888 U.S. Highway 1, Sullivan, Maine 04664;
Attn: Volunteer Coordinator
Thanks again for your interest in making a difference in the lives of your neighbors and communities.