LEWISTON — Aspiring chefs and people looking to enter the health care industry have options to consider thanks to Lewiston Adult Education’s summer workforce training classes.

The Certified Nursing Assistant Program will have daytime classes starting on Monday, June 26, at Lewiston High School. The session will run from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Mondays through Wednesdays.

Students may enter the program after completing a screening and job interview as well as taking the Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System exam.

The Culinary Arts Certificate program will begin on Thursday, July 6, at the Green Ladle. Chef Dan Caron, Pastry Chef Becca Levesque and Pastry Chef Brianne Doyle will teach lessons from knife skills to desserts that are designed to prepare students for work in restaurants and other food services. The preparation will include six or more hours working as interns at catering events.

FMI: Lewiston Adult Education, 207-795-4141 or lewistonadulted.org.

People interested in become a Certified Nursing Assistant like these graduates can attend daytime classes this summer at Lewiston Adult Education.

Pastry Chef Brianne Doyle will serve as one of the teachers for Lewiston Adult Education’s culinary program this summer.


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