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Lewiston CareerCenter

The Lewiston CareerCenter is part of the statewide CareerCenter network that provides a variety of employment and training services at no charge for Maine workers and businesses.

Maine Veterans receive priority of service in all CareerCenter programs.

Community Links

Androscoggin County Chamber of Commerce
Auburn Public Library
Auburn, City of
Catholic Charities of Maine

A service that reaches out and meets the critical human service needs of our state.

Central/Western Maine Workforce Investment Board
Disability Program Navigators

A service of the CareerCenter for people with disabilities.

Jumpin Jobs 4 Teens

A searchable database of part-time, seasonal, and full-time temporary jobs available for teens in the Androscoggin County area provided by Safe Haven of Androscoggin County and Volunteers of America.

Lewiston Public Library
Lewiston, City of
Lisbon, City of
Maine Business Works

Provides access to a broad array of business development assistance.

Opportunity Maine

A new program that will make college more affordable for Maine students.

Region 9, Professional Driver Training

Works with more than 100,000 low-income workers age 55 or older. For more information please contact Cynthia or Carol at 753-9039 or call 1-800-741-2991

Women Unlimited

Get the competitive edge in the Job Market!

Local Education/Training Resources

Lewiston Adult Education
Lisbon Adult Education
Auburn Adult Education
University of Southern Maine/Lewiston-Auburn
Central Maine Community College
Kaplan University
MSAD 52 Adult and Community Education
Maine HEP

Seasonal farmworkers or loggers and their families who: -Have worked at least 75 days in agriculture or in the woods over the last two years. -Would like a GED, a college degree, a better job, or a brighter future for their family.
Mentoring, tutoring, career & college advising. Travel and childcare support. $100 a week to support your studies.
Questions please call 207-200-3113 or log onto

RSU 16 Adult Education