The Frances Pew Hayes Center for Lifelong Learning at Hodges University is looking to expand its curriculum and is currently looking for instructors or authorities on a wide variety of subjects to donate their time to any of our lecture series. The instructors teach everything from
history, health and wellness, science and economics, to ethics, world relations, travel, the arts and a variety of other unique topics. Businesses who might consider offering their facility as a field trip destination are also being sought.
The Center for Lifelong Learning extends Hodges University’s ideal of the learning community beyond the core partnership of faculty and degree-seeking students by providing learning experiences to our neighbors. As students in our Lifelong Learning program, our students gain a personal experience of Hodges University. We believe that education should be a lifelong passion. The Frances Pew Hayes Center for Lifelong Learning serves self-motivated adult students, offering them the opportunity to learn and to enrich their lives.
The Center is open to programming at either the Hodges campus in Naples, on partner campuses (at Homewood Residence and Moorings Park), or in the form of another off-site or "field trip" location. The Center is a member-directed, multigenerational learning community that invites members to participate in diverse, collaborative, life-enhancing intellectual and social activities.
Teaching for the Center is a rewarding experience for instructors who have lent their talents to its students. Those interested are asked to submit a course proposal or ideas for the fall and winter sessions to the Center’s Director, Christine Wheeler, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The fall term begins October 19, 2009.