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New Leadership at Assabet After Dark

Carolyn Madzar, the new director of continuing education at Assabet Valley Regional Technical High, is taking over the helm of the Assabet After Dark program. (Photo/submitted)

Carolyn Madzar, the new director of continuing education at Assabet Valley Regional Technical High, is taking over the helm of the Assabet After Dark program. (Photo/submitted)

Region – As the new head of Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School's successful evening program, Assabet After Dark, Carolyn Madzar is taking on a new challenge.

“I's learning as I go, and have been to some marketing seminars to help me reach our communities a little better in this age of advancing technology,” Madzar said. “The 21st century has arrived at Assabet After Dark.”

Madzar is the former lead teacher in the Computer Programming and Web Development Program at AVRTHS, but made the leap to the evening schedule and adult learners.

Madzar listed several new courses to be offered this spring: Succulent Sushi Made Easy; Light and Easy Spring Desserts; Learn to Paint with a Stylus and Tablet; Clothing Alteration; and Foundations of Investing.

To learn more, visit Assabet After Dark on Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube. Sign up for the email newsletter at www.AssabetAfterDark.com.

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