MAEA Executive Director
841 North Road
Dover Foxcroft, ME 04426
How do I get a copy of my GED or HiSet diploma?
All records of GED and HiSet testing in Maine are available through DiplomaSender. If you took your test in Maine and need a replacement diploma, contact www.diplomasender.com
The GED was discontinued as Maine’s High School Equivalency Exam on Dec. 31, 2013. The HiSET exam, a product of Educational Testing Service, is now the test used in Maine.
Where is the Maine Adult Education Association located?
MAEA’s Executive Director, Shirley Wright, works from her home office in Dover-Foxcroft, ME.
Howe, Cahill and Company, the firm that has represented MAEA for over 25 years in dealings with state government is located at 11 Columbia St. in Augusta. Rich Mooney, MAEA’s bookkeeper, is located in Portland.
Inquiries regarding the Maine Adult Education Association may be directed to Shirley Wright by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I join MAEA?
Memberships include institutional memberships for adult education programs and partner agencies. Individual memberships are available for retirees, students, and individuals not affiliated with adult education programs or partner agencies. The membership year runs from July 1-June 30. Benefits include discounts on professional development events, eligibility for scholarship and awards nominations, regular communication from MAEA, and the opportunity to be part of supporting adult education in Maine. Those desiring to join MAEA may e-mail email@example.com.
When is the next annual conference?
The 2015 Annual Conference will be a Regional Conference this year as MAEA partners with COABE to serve the entire New England (and beyond) region. Razell Ward, AE Director in RSU 52 (Turner) is this year’s conference chair. Registration will open soon. The conference this year will be held at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine.