Career & College Prep
College Level Examination Program
Join the 350+ past participants who shortened their path to a college degree, recertification or
career advancement through the College Level Examination Program. CLEP is a time-saving avenue to degree completion, offering thirty-six tests assessing college-level knowledge to validate your prior learning. With over 2,900 colleges and universities in the United States accepting CLEP credits, you can save money on tuition and reach your academic goals in less time. We offer a flexible schedule in a comfortable air-conditioned space.
Testing is ongoing throughout the year.
$122 per exam Lisa Smith, CLEP Administrator
Year Round Open Enrollment Call (207) 676-3223 to schedule
Maine College and Career Access
Maine College and Career Access (MCCA) provides high-quality comprehensive education and advising services to adults seeking education and training that leads to a post-high school credential of value. MCCA, formerly Maine College Transitions, consists of formalized and organized activities offered to provide an integrated program of services that incorporates individual career and academic advising, education and career success strategies, technology skills, and academic programming.
No cost to Maine residents
Call (207) 676-3223 to register for Fall Session
Career and College Readiness Skills
In these workshops you will explore career options, financial aid opportunities, college admissions and career searches. You will learn college language, visit programs and colleges of interest, hone your writing skills, and gain the confidence and skills needed to enter a post-secondary program. As part of this class you will prepare to take the writing component of the ACCUPLACER test, an admission’s requirement at most colleges. Partially funded through a Maine College and Career Access Services (MCCAS) grant.
$120 (no charge to transitions students) Katie Schindler
Sep 12 - Dec 19 Wed Noon-3 pm
Digital Literacy Skills
This lab format allows you to focus on the tools you want to learn. You will learn the basics of Word, Excel and Powerpoint in a self-paced course. These skills will help you prepare for most classes at York County Community College or any other post secondary school. Among other skills you will learn to create a newsletter, master formatting, graphing, creating presentations, animations, transitions, adding audio and video, and reusing slides.
$120 (No charge for transitions students) Jill Smith
Sep 12 - Dec 19 Wed 3:30-8:30 pm
This class is a great refresher if you want to upgrade your skills before taking the math exam to enter Portsmouth Naval Shipyard’s Apprentice Program, or if you are heading back to college or need additional skills in order to move into a higher paying position. Louise reviews pre-Algebra concepts and then moves forward. This class is a great substitute for a college developmental math class and is affordably priced as it is funded through a Maine College Transitions (MCT) grant.
$120 (No charge for transition students) Louise Burns
Sep 12 - Dec 19 Wed 9 am - noon