Milford Adult Ed Program In Search of New Course Instructors
Got a Special Talent? Teach an Adult Education Course, Earn Cash
MILFORD – It has only been a few months since Rick Raucci officially took his new post as director of the Milford Adult Education program and, if course enrollments this fall are any indication, it looks like the program is going ‘full steam ahead.’ The program has become more streamlined and ‘customer friendly’ -- with several new courses added this fall to entice a wider demographic of citizens in the area. Some new additions that were immediately ‘sold out’ this fall were Make Your Own Cornhole Boards, Intermediate Sewing and Tailoring, and the Brunch Bunch, among several others. As he and his team gear up for the Spring 2022 session, Raucci is hoping to continue this trend -- and is looking to the community for some help.
“We were impressed with the number of proposals we received for new, fresh courses last summer,” Raucci commented. “Now we want to keep it going so we can continue to give residents a robust choice and make sure our program is relevant to the community’s interests.”
In order to accomplish this Raucci is, once again, asking for residents to consider teaching a course of personal interest through the Milford Adult Education program. “We know Milford is a vibrant community and residents have a wide range of interests and areas of expertise. We would love to hear from people who would like to join us, share their skills in the form of a class, and build enthusiasm for their talent. And, of course, get paid for it!”
Proposals for new courses are welcome via the district’s online Got A Special Talent? collection form. The link can also be found on the MPS district website at www.milforded.org (select Schools then Adult Education). Questions also may be addressed to email@example.com.