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MSCN Applauded in Downeast Magazine!
Downeast Magazine's Reader's Choice Poll named Maine Senior College Network as the “Best of
Maine” in senior education!
The mission of the Center is to promote and facilitate activities on aging in the areas of education, research and evaluation, and community service to maximize the quality of life of older citizens and their families in Maine and beyond.
Maine Senior Guide includes information on everything from assisted living to Meals on Wheels, from community events to senior products and services. It is easy to use and you can find the Maine Senior College Network featured in their Social Seniors section under Senior Education!
ENCorps is about taking care of all of Maine, from its beautiful natural resources to its cities and towns and the people who live here. ENCorps is designed specifically for Mainers 50 years of age and older, regardless of their background or experience.
The Maine Association of Retirees (MAR) exists to protect and expand the rights and benefits of Maine retired teachers, state/county/municipal government employees, and to support a fiscally sound retirement system. MAR has 15,000+ members. One of the benefits MAR offers to its members is reimbursement of senior college costs (up to $25/year) for active participation.
Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) is one of the largest senior volunteer organizations nationally. RSVP engages adults, 55 years and older, in volunteer service that utilizes their skills, knowledge and experience to improve the lives of others in their communities. RSVP volunteers help young children enhance literacy skills, tutor elementary age children in math and science, help seniors improve bone density, strength and balance through exercise, helps seniors stay in their own homes through meal delivery, transportation, respite for caregivers and companionship, as well as support local veterans as they access services, undergo rehabilitation and transition back to civilian life. RSVP volunteers say their volunteer service keeps them active and engaged in their communities and also keeps them young.
The 2-1-1 Maine Resource Directory includes agency, program and service information as well intake procedures, eligibility requirements, hours of operation, web addresses and other vital information..
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