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Maine Career Pathways

Maine Career pathways are a series of educational and training opportunities connected with support services. The program aids individuals in obtaining employment while addressing the necessity for a skilled workforce. In addition, Maine Career Pathways also prepares participants for advancement to higher levels of education, work, and payment.

Maine Career Pathways targets low-income, low-skilled individuals facing difficulties such as financial hardship, underemployment, under developed literacy skills, and limited educational attainment. Those with developed literacy skills and a high school diploma will be integrated into the program at the point best suited to their needs. The program allows those unemployed and possessing a two or four-year degree to earn a second college credential in conjunction with opportunities for re-employment.

For more information, please visit the Department of Education Career Pathways Initiative website.

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Scott Voisine, Dean of Community Education • voisine@maine.edu(207) 834-8644 | Jennifer Parizo, Community Education Specialist • jennifer.l.shapiro@maine.edu(207) 834-7583