1. Emeritus College - A Student's Perspective

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    Emeritus College members take an active role in the structure of this unique learning model. Unlike other programs offered in the community, the classes are not skill-based. Attendees learn simply for the joy of learning. EC is the opportunity to alter patterns, challenge thinking and learn and do new things. Members select their own schedules and choose from a variety of learning options and topics. Some classes are one-time lectures (60-90 minutes), while more in-depth study is available through seminars (two or three 60-90 minute lectures). All classes will include time for group discussion. Classes will be offered September-November and February-May. For more information, visit http://call.unt.edu/EmeritusCollege.

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    • Emeritus College - A Professor's Perspective

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      Presenters, who include UNT retired and active faculty and area professionals, lead stimulating programs reminiscent of university classes—without the strict requirements or extended time in class. There are no prerequisites, no tests and no grades. Members select their own schedules and choose from a variety of learning options and topics. Some classes are one-time lectures (60-90 minutes), while more in-depth study is available through seminars (two or three 60-90 minute lectures). All classes will include time for group discussion. Classes will be offered September-November and February-May. For more information, please visit http://call.unt.edu/EmeritusCollege

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      • Emeritus College - Where Learning is for Life

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        The Emeritus College at the University of North Texas is an organization created to provide an extensive range of educational opportunities, travel programs and social activities for adults age 50+. For more information, visit http://call.unt.edu/EmeritusCollege.

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        • Life Long Learning 2

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          4th class from St. Mary's on the Hill N.S. , Knocknaheeny, Cork, perform two poems at the Life Long Learning Festival.

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          • Life Long Learning 2013

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            Recent performance at the Life Long Learning Festival by our 4th classes. Well done, we are very proud of your performance

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            • ASK Breakfast - March 2013 - Lifelong Learning - Part 6 of 9

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              DePaul University Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) ASK Networking Breakfast: Lifelong Learning Tuesday, March 13, 2013 - Chicago, Illinois Who drives your career? Career development research has revealed many years ago that the traditional career progression driven by our employer is long gone and has been replaced by the more dynamic Protean career, a career created, managed, and driven by the person not by the organization. As career development expert Douglas Hall describes, “the new career contract is not a pact with the organization; it is an agreement with one’s self and one’s work.” Critical to the success of a modern career is one’s own drive for continuous learning and development. But what does lifelong learning look like? At the Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) March 19, 2013 Networking Breakfast, ASK mentors Michelle Dash and Colleen Fashing shared their insights on taking charge of your professional development. Watch below as our speakers share their insights on this important topic. Part 1 - Welcome and Introduction to Colleen Fashing Part 2 - Colleen Fashing - Life After Graduation Part 3 - Building Public Speaking & Social Media Skills Part 4 - Branding Yourself as an Industry Expert Part 5 - Introduction to Michelle Dash Part 6 - Michelle Dash - Life After Graduation Part 7 - Resources to Learn New Skills Part 8 - Learning from Others Part 9 - Q&A Questions? Contact the DePaul Alumni Sharing Knowledge at ask@depaul.edu.

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              • ASK Breakfast - March 2013 - Lifelong Learning - Part 9 of 9

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                DePaul University Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) ASK Networking Breakfast: Lifelong Learning Tuesday, March 13, 2013 - Chicago, Illinois Who drives your career? Career development research has revealed many years ago that the traditional career progression driven by our employer is long gone and has been replaced by the more dynamic Protean career, a career created, managed, and driven by the person not by the organization. As career development expert Douglas Hall describes, “the new career contract is not a pact with the organization; it is an agreement with one’s self and one’s work.” Critical to the success of a modern career is one’s own drive for continuous learning and development. But what does lifelong learning look like? At the Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) March 19, 2013 Networking Breakfast, ASK mentors Michelle Dash and Colleen Fashing shared their insights on taking charge of your professional development. Watch below as our speakers share their insights on this important topic. Part 1 - Welcome and Introduction to Colleen Fashing Part 2 - Colleen Fashing - Life After Graduation Part 3 - Building Public Speaking & Social Media Skills Part 4 - Branding Yourself as an Industry Expert Part 5 - Introduction to Michelle Dash Part 6 - Michelle Dash - Life After Graduation Part 7 - Resources to Learn New Skills Part 8 - Learning from Others Part 9 - Q&A Questions? Contact the DePaul Alumni Sharing Knowledge at ask@depaul.edu.

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                • ASK Breakfast - March 2013 - Lifelong Learning - Part 8 of 9

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                  DePaul University Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) ASK Networking Breakfast: Lifelong Learning Tuesday, March 13, 2013 - Chicago, Illinois Who drives your career? Career development research has revealed many years ago that the traditional career progression driven by our employer is long gone and has been replaced by the more dynamic Protean career, a career created, managed, and driven by the person not by the organization. As career development expert Douglas Hall describes, “the new career contract is not a pact with the organization; it is an agreement with one’s self and one’s work.” Critical to the success of a modern career is one’s own drive for continuous learning and development. But what does lifelong learning look like? At the Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) March 19, 2013 Networking Breakfast, ASK mentors Michelle Dash and Colleen Fashing shared their insights on taking charge of your professional development. Watch below as our speakers share their insights on this important topic. Part 1 - Welcome and Introduction to Colleen Fashing Part 2 - Colleen Fashing - Life After Graduation Part 3 - Building Public Speaking & Social Media Skills Part 4 - Branding Yourself as an Industry Expert Part 5 - Introduction to Michelle Dash Part 6 - Michelle Dash - Life After Graduation Part 7 - Resources to Learn New Skills Part 8 - Learning from Others Part 9 - Q&A Questions? Contact the DePaul Alumni Sharing Knowledge at ask@depaul.edu.

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                  • ASK Breakfast - March 2013 - Lifelong Learning - Part 7 of 9

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                    DePaul University Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) ASK Networking Breakfast: Lifelong Learning Tuesday, March 13, 2013 - Chicago, Illinois Who drives your career? Career development research has revealed many years ago that the traditional career progression driven by our employer is long gone and has been replaced by the more dynamic Protean career, a career created, managed, and driven by the person not by the organization. As career development expert Douglas Hall describes, “the new career contract is not a pact with the organization; it is an agreement with one’s self and one’s work.” Critical to the success of a modern career is one’s own drive for continuous learning and development. But what does lifelong learning look like? At the Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) March 19, 2013 Networking Breakfast, ASK mentors Michelle Dash and Colleen Fashing shared their insights on taking charge of your professional development. Watch below as our speakers share their insights on this important topic. Part 1 - Welcome and Introduction to Colleen Fashing Part 2 - Colleen Fashing - Life After Graduation Part 3 - Building Public Speaking & Social Media Skills Part 4 - Branding Yourself as an Industry Expert Part 5 - Introduction to Michelle Dash Part 6 - Michelle Dash - Life After Graduation Part 7 - Resources to Learn New Skills Part 8 - Learning from Others Part 9 - Q&A Questions? Contact the DePaul Alumni Sharing Knowledge at ask@depaul.edu.

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                    • ASK Breakfast - March 2013 - Lifelong Learning - Part 5 of 9

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                      DePaul University Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) ASK Networking Breakfast: Lifelong Learning Tuesday, March 13, 2013 - Chicago, Illinois Who drives your career? Career development research has revealed many years ago that the traditional career progression driven by our employer is long gone and has been replaced by the more dynamic Protean career, a career created, managed, and driven by the person not by the organization. As career development expert Douglas Hall describes, “the new career contract is not a pact with the organization; it is an agreement with one’s self and one’s work.” Critical to the success of a modern career is one’s own drive for continuous learning and development. But what does lifelong learning look like? At the Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) March 19, 2013 Networking Breakfast, ASK mentors Michelle Dash and Colleen Fashing shared their insights on taking charge of your professional development. Watch below as our speakers share their insights on this important topic. Part 1 - Welcome and Introduction to Colleen Fashing Part 2 - Colleen Fashing - Life After Graduation Part 3 - Building Public Speaking & Social Media Skills Part 4 - Branding Yourself as an Industry Expert Part 5 - Introduction to Michelle Dash Part 6 - Michelle Dash - Life After Graduation Part 7 - Resources to Learn New Skills Part 8 - Learning from Others Part 9 - Q&A Questions? Contact the DePaul Alumni Sharing Knowledge at ask@depaul.edu.

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