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Sanford Community Adult Education

Personal Enrichment

Advanced Paralegal Certificate


with Center for Legal Studies

Calendar Current session started Mar 6, 2023

These advanced topics build upon the nationally acclaimed Paralegal Certificate Course© offered by over 100 colleges and universities nationwide. These classes are available to students who wish to extensively build upon their knowledge of law and paralegal studies with classes in specialized facets of contemporary law. Your study and concentration on substantively specific materials will enable you to gain a strong competitive edge over other paralegals. The additional training gained through participation in these advanced classes will embellish your legal knowledge and skills, which in turn should increase your salary and marketability.

*Those who successfully complete at least six advanced topics will be awarded a Certificate of Completion.

Completing both the Core Requirements and the Advanced Requirements of the Paralegal Certificate Program provides comprehensive training and skills that should enable graduates to work in the quickly-growing paralegal profession. The two parts in combination have been designed to meet the requirements of the California Business and Professional Code §6450, legislation that took effect in California on 1/1/01.

Effective Copywriting


with U Got Class LERN

Calendar Current session started Mar 6, 2023

This class is distinctly online.

Whether you are sending out a press release, communicating internally with a memo or promoting your own skills on LinkedIn, strong writing skills are the key to success.  Come away with the tools and techniques you need to improve your copywriting skills and learn how to avoid the common writing mistakes that can hold you back.

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Intermediate Data Analysis


with U Got Class LERN

Calendar Current session started Mar 6, 2023

This class is distinctly online.

Many of your business decisions involve comparing groups for differences. For example, would men and women prefer different product features? In addition, you may look at relationships between variables. Does product recognition relate to subsequent product purchase? This Intermediate Data Analysis course will introduce you to the statistics behind these group differences and relationships. In addition, you’ll learn how to work with ratings, graphs and user-friendly reports of statistical results.

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Become a Volunteer Driver

Calendar Current session started Mar 21, 2023 at 1 pm, runs for 1 week

As one of the oldest states in the nation, Maine's aging residents are struggling to find transportation to vital appointments.  York County Community Action offers Volunteer Driver services to residents who have no other means of transportation.  If you've got extra time, a good reliable vehicle and a desire to help your community, come join us for this informational session on what it takes to become a Volunteer Driver for your community.  It's a very rewarding experience and we offer mileage reimbursement to offset the cost of gas.

ASL American Sign Language II


with Kandyleigh Provencher

Calendar Current session started Mar 21, 2023 at 6 pm, runs for 6 weeks

This class will be held onsite only.

ASL Two is a continuation of ASL One. You will learn more vocabulary in sentence structure for travel, animals, home environment, and school environment to name a few. Not required but an ASL dictionary is helpful. All vocabulary and assignment/activity will be handed out each class.

No Class 4/18

Dulcimer for Beginners
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Dulcimer for Beginners


with Sue Small

The Mountain Dulcimer (also known as the Appaliachian or Lap Dulcimer) is easy to play! It only has 3-4 strings and you can play either chords or melodies. Come learn to play & sing folk songs, Celtic tunes, and hymns. Songs will be in DAA tuning. We will learn chords, strumming, and how to tune your instrument. Explore playing with noter and drones as well as how to make your own picks or play harmonies with one finger. Music, picks, and noters provided. Please bring a 3 or 4 string mountain dulcimer, music stand, and tuner. (Please note: class does not teach Hammered Dulcimer.) Instructor recommends cardboard "Simplicity Dulcimer" from or wooden instruments from or

Beginner Crochet


with Jamie Boucher Simpkins

Calendar Current session started Mar 21, 2023 at 6:30 pm, runs for 6 weeks

Have you ever wanted to make your own hats, scarves or doilies?  Bring a ball of yarn and crochet hook and I'll show you how!  You'll also learn about the tools of the trade and a bit of crochet history! (no class wk of 2/20 & 4/17)

Instant Guitar (for hopelessly busy people) Zoom


with Craig Coffman

Calendar Current session started Mar 21, 2023 at 6:30 pm, runs for 1 week

Have you ever wanted to learn the guitar but simply find it difficult to find the time?  In just a few hours you’ll learn enough about playing the guitar to give you years of musical enjoyment. Learn basic chords and get playing along with your favorite songs right away. Via ZOOM, you’ll be able to sit at home with your guitar and enjoy this class with no pressure at all. Class includes an online book and follow-up video lessons, so you’ll be able to continue your practice and study on your own. An optional periodic online question and answer session is also included. A recording of the class is included as well. Class limited to 15 students. For ages 13+. Discover:  how chords work in a song, how to form the three main types of chords, how to tune your guitar, basic strumming patterns, how to buy a good guitar (things to avoid), and how to play along with simple tunes.

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