Tuesday, 26 January 2016 10:20

New programs launched at UM Machias

MACHIAS Five major new initiatives have been launched at the University of Maine at Machias to help students succeed in coursework and workforce development, including partnerships with Maine Indian Schools, Community Caring Collaborative and Jobs for Maine Graduates. These include a summer Bridge Program, a Supplemental Instruction Program, Wabanaki Cultural Center Educational Technician Program, support for students in the Jobs for Maine Graduates program, and Family Futures Downeast, an innovative education program that supports parents and children.

'These new innovative programs reflect the dedication of the faculty and staff to each student's success,' UMM Interim President Stuart Swain said. 'I am glad that our partnerships are resulting in tremendous opportunities for our students and communities.'

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