For many of us, the next decade will bring beginnings and endings in both work and life. As we think about what might come after our primary careers, it can be challenging to envision, let alone create, a fulfilling and secure future. What’s more, we’re expected to leap into that future overnight. But retirement isn’t an event nor is it a one-size-fits-all proposition. It’s a process that takes time, especially as we look toward post-career lives that are likely to last as long as our working lives.
Encore Transitions is a series of four courses designed to help you prepare for a successful post-career life by focusing on personal, professional, and social satisfaction, as well as timely financial and health matters. Whether it is through service, learning, a new line of work, or other meaningful activities, Encore Transitions emphasizes post-career engagement as a foundation for vitality, happiness, and healthy longevity.
The series includes: Pathways to Post-Career Life (June 6); Financial Planning for Retirement (June 13); Aging Well, Being Well (June 20); and Launching Your Future (June 27). Take all four courses ($475) or individual courses ($140). Tuition includes meals. No discounts.
Series presenters include: Dr. David Alter, Dr. Henry Emmons, Chris Farrell, Mark Fischer, Dr. Jon Hallberg, Karen Ciegler Hansen, Barbara Hoese, Bill Lindberg, Nathan Running, Joel Spoonheim, Andrew Thelander, and Catherine Watson.