AUBURN — Three students enrolled at School Administrative District 52 Adult Education in Turner recently participated in a Ready2Work Personal Support Specialist and Certified Residential Medication Aide certificate program hosted at Schooner Estates in Auburn.

Students Paula Corriveau, Darlene Johnson and Melodie Saunders successfully completed five weeks of intensive training.

The 150-hour course was funded by a grant provided to Western Maine Community Action, a partner of the CareerCenter in Lewiston.

Students acquired work readiness skills for a certification in residential medication and a health care work readiness certificate that health care sector employers are seeking. Mock interviews, tours and other health-care specific presentations were included as part of the curriculum.

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