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York Adult Education

Serving learners in academics, college and career preparation, and lifelong learning.


Increase your skills in reading, writing, mathematics, computers, and the English language.


Earn your diploma, prepare for college, or gain an industry-recognized credential.


Enjoy meaningful experiences with fine arts, technology, health and wellness, and more, all to help you live life to its fullest.

Our Mission

Learn, Grow, Thrive

Community Connections

We're helping people in our area find the resources they need.
Click on the title to go to each program's website.

Free tech classes! NDEC is working to make positive changes to ensure that everyone can use the internet fairly. They want to make sure that everyone can benefit from the 'Internet of Things.'

The Economic Recovery Hub Program offers referrals for free counseling, training and classes, technical assistance grants and financial assistance grants of up to $20,000 for small businesses.

YCSA partners with York residents who are in need of support, services, and referrals during a difficult time in their lives with the help of staff, volunteers and our community.

Give IT Get IT help people realize their potential by helping them obtain regular personal computer access and the skills needed to become capable users and makers.

There's something for everyone on the Digital Maine Library! Whether you're a child, an adult, a student, a job seeker, a hobbyist, or a professional, you can discover resources to help you explore, learn, progress, and create.

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The York County Resource Map allows people in York County, Maine, to easily find and learn about local, state, and national resources.

We Can help with that!

Contact Us-

Office Hours:
     Mon – Wed 8am-8pm,  Thurs 8am- 5pm,  Fri by appt.                
     30 Organug Rd., York, Maine 03909
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