The Frances Pew Hayes Center for Lifelong Learning (CLL) at Hodges University is looking to expand their instructor base, and offer new programming to their enthusiastic members. The CLL is looking for instructors, speakers, and authorities on a wide variety of subjects to donate their time in the classroom.
The CLL offers a wide variety of programming from history, health and wellness, science and economics, to ethics, world relations, travel, the arts and more. Center members also enjoy exploring local businesses and destinations. Many local organizations have played host to a CLL “field trip”. Business owner are encouraged to consider opening their doors for educational opportunities.
Founded in 1996, the CLL extends Hodges University’s ideal of the learning community beyond the core partnership of faculty and degree-seeking students by providing learning experiences to everyone in the community. The Center offers morning and afternoon classes in either single sessions or in a series of lectures. The Center operates out of the Hodges University campus in North Naples, as well as, three learning sites throughout Collier County.
The Center for Lifelong Learning is a member-directed, multigenerational learning community that invites members to participate in diverse, collaborative, life-enhancing intellectual programming and social activities. Anyone interested in being part of this community of learners is encouraged to contact the Center’s director, Christine Wheeler, at (239) 598-6133 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.