Welcome to the Maine Educational Opportunity Center Website. We are a federally funded program that works with students grades 6 – 12 from targeted schools to assist them in going on to college. To find out more about our program, please look around our website, or call us at our toll free number: (800)540-2522.
Patsy Takemoto Mink was a Congresswoman from Hawaii from 1965-1977 and again from 1990-2002. Amongst the many issues Congresswoman Mink championed was the educational rights of low-income women and children. The Patsy Takemoto Mink Educational Foundation looks to continue her work with scholarships awarded annually to women with children looking to continue their education.
More information can be found at: http://patsyminkfoundation.org/
The deadline for scholarship applications is August 1st.
- Introducing the new METS Website and blog
- METS Grant submitted
- Summer checklist for seniors
- Bridge to Your Future Summer program
- 7 questions with METS Alumna Sam B.
More commonly known as NESCOM, the New England School of Communications has been around since 1981. In the late 90s, NESCOM merged with Husson, and in 2014 it officially became recognized as the fifth school and college of the University.