The Digital Maine Library provides every resident of Maine with access to online resources that include a collection of full text articles and abstracts. Teachers will find the educator tools invaluable, while students will get easy access to factual information from age-specific databases like World Book Student and National Geographic Kids.
Bendable Maine is lifelong learning from the Maine State Library. Free classes include: job readiness, personal finance, personal well-being, crafting and making, languages, sales and services and many more.
Job hunting isn’t always easy, whether you’re looking for your first job, trying to find another job or striving for a better job. Maine CareerCenters provide a variety of employment and training services at no charge to help you in your search. You do not need to be claiming unemployment benefits or be out of work to use our services.
The municipality of Vassalboro administers a General Assistance program. General Assistance is a program that provides assistance of basic needs for eligible applicants who cannot provide for themselves and their families.
The National Digital Equity Center, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is a nationally recognized organization with a mission to close the digital divide across the United States. The National Digital Equity Center has been, and will continue to be, a thought leader on digital equity and digital inclusion. The National Digital Equity Center’s “Maine Digital Inclusion Initiative” program was launched in 2018 and promotes and advocates for Digital Inclusion for Maine and it’s people. Included is the expansion of digital literacy services to traditionally underserved populations to provide job training/employment-related education as well as technology training to older adults.
In 1836 Maine Legislature authorized the purchase of books and the Maine State Library began to grow. Along with the State archives and the State museum, the State Library resides in the Cultural Building, located at the State House complex in Augusta. The State Library is addressing changes in its traditional role under an older economy by focusing on new roles demanded by the present changing economy. No longer is the role of librarians to just gather and select information but instead to facilitate, organize, and access information.
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