Recognizing that cost-effective and attainable educational pathways can help adults in south-central Maine secure economic opportunities, both organizations are dedicated to providing resources and support for adults interested in pursuing post-secondary education. Women, Work, and Community is also a founding member of College for ME-Androscoggin, a collaborative housed in LearningWorks whose aim is to double the number of college-educated residents in Androscoggin County.

Shown are, from left, Joyce Gibson, dean, USM LAC; Janet Smith, Women, Work and Community Western regional manager; Laurie McDonnell, Women, Work and Community Lewiston-Auburn Center coordinator; and Jan Phillips, USM LAC associate dean for community relations and LearningWorks.

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