The Alfond Scholarship Foundation is a non-profit organization whose goal is to increase Maine’s educational attainment by providing every Maine resident baby with $500 for college.
Coastal Counties Workforce, Inc. (CCWI), is a non-profit 501(c)(3) entity founded to administer and oversee the delivery of the workforce system’s services for a six county region in Maine. CCWI is the entity (mechanism) working on behalf of the Region’s Local Board and CEO to ensure their responsibilities under federal workforce development law and federal funding are met. CCWI is our managing partner for the TechHire program. CCWI activities are supported by USDOL funds and is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
Code.org® is a non-profit dedicated to expanding access to computer science, and increasing participation by women and underrepresented minorities. Our vision is that every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer science, just like biology, chemistry or algebra.
Count ME In is working to increase student attendance, engagement and academic achievement through data-driven strategies so all children can learn and succeed in school.
Our purpose is to strengthen and revitalize opportunity and prosperity in Maine by accelerating the creation of quality jobs within a few select, traded sectors that have high growth potential, based on global growth projections and Maine’s competitive advantages in those sectors.
The Great Schools Partnership is a nonprofit school-support organization working to redesign public education and improve learning for all students.
JMG partners with public education and private businesses to offer results-driven solutions to ensure all Maine students graduate, attain post-secondary credentials and pursue meaningful careers.
Come for a vacation, stay for a lifetime! LiveandWorkinMaine.com was created to showcase Maine’s employment market to job seekers in Maine and throughout the country.
The mission of the Maine Community College System is to provide associate degree, diploma and certificate programs directed at the educational, occupational and technical needs of the State’s citizens and the workforce needs of the State’s employers. The primary goals of the System are to create an educated, skilled and adaptable labor force which is responsive to the changing needs of the economy of the State and to promote local, regional and statewide economic development.
The Maine Department of Education's mission is to provide leadership and to collaborate with educators and learning communities in order to ensure that every learner has the opportunity to be successful.
The Maine Development Foundation is a private, non-partisan membership organization that drives sustainable, long-term economic growth for the State of Maine.
Mainely Tech Women is a community of Maine girls and women who provide educational, networking, career, and collegial opportunities to advance the role of successful and aspiring technology professionals
The Maine Early Learning Investment Group, or MELIG, is a growing group of business leaders who understand that the success of Maine’s economy depends on educated, skilled and innovative workers. MELIG is an initiative to raise and invest funds in the healthy development of Maine’s youngest children and their families.
The MELMAC Education Foundation was established January 1, 2001 as Maine’s newest and largest foundation dedicated to advancing the cause of education for all Maine citizens.
The Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance develops and applies research and best practices in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education.
The Maine Principals’ Association builds partnerships that provide a network of resources, exemplars of leadership and a culture of collaboration for the benefit of all school community members.
The Maine Science Festival brings together Maine’s premier, nationally renowned science organizations under one roof to showcase the remarkable work being done throughout the region, to encourage interest in science among everyone, and to heighten awareness of the impact of science on everyday life.
The Maine Space Grant Consortium: promoting STEM and beyond for Educators, Researchers and Students
The Maine State Chamber of Commerce works to ensure a business climate in which Maine State Chamber members, large and small, can compete successfully in the local, regional, national, and world marketplaces.
The Maine State Teacher of the Year Association (MSTOYA) is a nonprofit membership organization that includes Maine State Teachers of the Year, Semi-Finalists, Finalists and the 16 Maine County Teachers of the Year.
Thomas College prepares students for success in their personal and professional lives, and for leadership and service in their communities. Thomas College provides a supportive learning environment that values the needs and goals of individual students. At Thomas, students discover and fulfill their unique potential. Each program at Thomas promotes professional excellence, informed by ethics and integrity.
Established in 1968, the University of Maine System is the state’s largest educational enterprise. It has an annual enrollment of nearly 30,000 students and positively impacts the lives of hundreds of thousands of Mainers each year through its educational and cultural offerings as well as outreach and public service to individuals, businesses, organizations and policymakers.
MaineCAN is a community of college access professionals dedicated to postsecondary success for all Maine students. Our vision is that every Maine student has the knowledge and resources needed to attain the postsecondary education they desire, helping them contribute to the Maine economy. Our members include nonprofits, high school staff, college outreach programs, funders, and government agencies, all of whom are committed to closing the education attainment gap in Maine.