why you should be a lifelong learner
delay cognitive decline
For every 15 years after age 24, our brains begin to slow down about 15%. Our 78 year-old student once said, “I feel like my cognitive ability has improved since starting classes 4 months ago”
contribute to the community
If you think once you hit retirement it’s too late for you to contribute to the community, challenge yourself to see a different story. With age and experience, retirees can share their perspective and wisdom to a broad audience through an array of visual mediums. Learn photography or film and inspire your community to continuously learn while you make your creative voice heard.
Whether you are competing in the global and digital economy or trying to communicate effectively with your grandchildren, you must continue learning beyond the classroom. Want to keep up with the latest technology? Create your own virtual reality at our tech studio.