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    Taxonomy Code: YL-3500.7000

    Individuals who have made a decision to retire and are no longer seeking full time employment. Some nominally retired persons may engage in part-time work for economic or other reasons.

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    CENTER FOR CREATIVE RETIREMENTOffers a self-directed learning centers for retirees. CCR capitalizes on the variety of skills and life experiences of its members. Members act together to design their own programs, and contribute as presenters and discussion participants. CCR is educational and entertaining—stimulating and fun. If you are a retired person who seeks intellectual stimulation, meeting new people and active involvement, CCR is for you. As a s a CCR member, you are involved in a variety of activities which include: Presentations by members and discussions covering a wide variety of interesting topics; Member-led classes on each semester’s topics; Roundtable discussions of current events; Lectures by guest speakers; Day trips to museums, art galleries, and historic sites; Summer get-togethers at CCR member residences and Mid-term and end-of-term luncheons. CCR is administered through the Office of Continuing Education of Long Island University located on the campus of Suffolk Community College in Riverhead. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkCENTER FOR CREATIVE RETIREMENTLIU RIVERHEAD
    INSTITUTE FOR LEARNING IN RETIREMENTProvides an opportunity to enjoy active learning while meeting wonderful new people of similar age and with varied interests. There is no long-term commitment. Study groups meet for two hours once a week during the day, for either four or eight weeks. A lecture series – sixteen lectures per year – presented by experts with various backgrounds is available as well as courses, workshops, trips and study groups. Assorted extras include: attendance at College cultural events, an ILR membership newsletter, special events, tours, workshops, socials and an annual breakfast and luncheon. A membership fee is required to belong. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkINSTITUTE FOR LEARNING IN RETIREMENTFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    INSTITUTE FOR LIFELONG LEARNINGOffers a membership program that has been in existence at Molloy College since 1992. Most members are retirees, however, not everyone, nor is this a requisite for membership. Many members are consultants, work part time, own their own business or volunteer and are therefore at liberty to participate in day activities. Some members are in their fifties, sixties, seventies, some in their eighties and beyond. All ages are welcome, men and women, singles or couples, as long as there is a willingness to participate in learning and to maintain a rigorous mind. Members have one thing in common: love of learning, leading an interesting, stimulating and satisfying life. The Molloy Institute limits the size of the membership to keep a genial and warm atmosphere among the group, thereby promoting a close rapport with other learners, faculty and presenters.As a member of MILL you are also entitled to audit undergraduate credit classes on a space available basis (Rockville Centre MILL Groups only). Your participation is encouraged regardless of your previous level of formal education and scholarships are available. MILL membership is culturally diversified and invites participants from varied religions and ethnic backgrounds. When joining one must decide which day is preferable for one's schedule. There is no minimum nor maximum age to belong to the Institute. All you need is a desire to learn and to enjoy friendly and stimulating people. Members are invited to present one session to their group each year. By leading one session on current events, book or movie review, or a personal experience, the member is able to feel closer to the group and the group with the presenter. Trips are scheduled throughout the year. Membership requires an application and there are a limited number of memberships available. Membership is valid from September 1 to August 31 each year and lectures usually start mid-September and runs until mid-June. However, it is possible to join one of the MILL groups throughout the year if space is available. We invite and encourage interested applicants to come to a session prior to joining MILL. There is an annual membership fee for singles and couples. For an application, to schedule a free visit to one of our lectures or for further information call Jessie Prasad, MILL Program Assistant at 516.323.3940. or email her at: FOR LIFELONG LEARNINGMOLLOY COLLEGE
    NEW YORK STATE RETIRED TEACHERS ASSOCIATIONTo elevate the dignity, well-being and lifestyle of retired teachers and educators. Call or visit the website for additional information.NEW YORK STATE RETIRED TEACHERS ASSOCIATIONNEW YORK STATE RETIRED TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
    OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTEOpen to all retired and semi-retired individuals who are interested in expanding their intellectual horizons in a university setting. Avenues for participation include: peer-taught workshops, lectures, special events, committees, and social activities. Members should plan to be contributing participants in their workshops. Involvement includes but is not limited to discussion of assigned readings, reports, debates, and panels. Members are welcome and encouraged to attend general meetings and committee meetings in an effort to share the responsibilities for the growth and well-being of OLLI. The curriculum is the core of the program, as OLLI is a cooperative that utilizes its members’ experiences and talents to plan and lead workshops and educational programs for themselves and their colleagues.. This program is administered by Stony Brook University's School of Professional Development. For further information call or visit the website.SuffolkOSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTESTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    PEIR/55Provides opportunities for intellectual stimulation, cultural enrichment, and personal growth for retirees or semiretired individuals, age 55+. Bring your curiosity, your opinions, your expertise, your passions — and share them with other like-minded individuals who thirst for learning, meaningful social interaction and stimulation in a lively, dynamic environment unique to a university setting. Classes, discussion and interest groups, volunteer opportunities, social events and outings are planned and facilitated by PEIR members and guest speakers. PEIR members set the agenda, and new offerings are added each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauPEIR/55HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    RETIREMENT PLANNINGOffer courses in Retirement Planning. Sample course offerings include: Asset Protection 2018; How To Select The Right Financial Advisor; Back To Investment Basics; Maximizing Social Security; Ten Steps to Lower Taxes in Retirement; Eldercare Medical Costs; Savvy Ira Planning; Planning For Incapacity and End Of Life; Probate And How To Avoid It; 10 Ways to Lower Your Investment Risk and The ABCs And Ds Of Medicare. Call for more detailed information.NassauRETIREMENT PLANNINGNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
    SENIOR AUDITING PROGRAMOffers adults who are 60 years of age or older the chance to audit most New York State funded, credit-bearing courses at the University at Stony Brook during the Fall and Spring Terms. There is a $50 auditing fee for each session, provided space is available in the classroom and the instructor permits auditors. The exceptions to this policy include foreign language and English literature courses, including programs at Southampton, laboratory courses, studio art courses, online courses, physical education courses, instrumental music courses and Health Sciences Center courses, as well as courses offered in self-supporting non-credit programs sponsored by the School of Professional Development, Crafts Center, Museum of Long Island Natural Sciences, and Division of Physical Education and Athletics, among others. Theregistration fee provides seniors: attendance in one course, without credit, formal recognition, or the meeting of any of the course requirements (subject to permission of instructor); Campus ID Card usage; faculty/staff parking privileges; and library circulation privileges. Call for registration times. Catalogs and class schedules are available at that time.SuffolkSENIOR AUDITING PROGRAMSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    SENIOR CITIZEN OBSERVER PROGRAMInvites Nassau County senior citizens to participate in the Senior Observer Program. This program permits Nassau County residents 60 years of age and older to observe credit-bearing courses, tuition free, on a space-available basis. Certain courses at the College are not available through the Senior Observer Program. Although senior observers are not graded or given academic credit, they must meet course prerequisites. While the program provides senior citizens the opportunity to observe a course, the actual extent and level of participation is at the discretion of the instructor. For questions about creating a schedule, contact the Senior Observer Volunteer Office at 516-572-7200.For general information about the program, email or call the Office of Lifelong Learning at 516-572-7472.NassauSENIOR CITIZEN OBSERVER PROGRAMNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    SENIOR CITIZENSSenior adults over the age of 65 are welcome to enroll in undergraduate and graduate courses at the LIU Post or LIU Brentwood at a significant discount to earn a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or for personal and intellectual enrichment. Senior Adults pay 1/2 tuition for credit courses (50% reduction) and Senior Adults pay 1/4 tuition to audit courses (75% reduction). The special Senior Adult tuition rate is not applicable to institutes, workshops, continuing education programs, per capita classes, individualized courses of instruction, or studio art classes. Special course fees (such as laboratory and art fees) still apply. Call for more detailed information.NassauSENIOR CITIZENSLIU POST
    SENIOR CITIZENSOffers Suffolk County residents 60 years of age or older the ability to attend credit-bearing courses on a space available basis without paying tuition. Please note, however, that senior citizens are expected to pay required college fees. In addition, Senior citizens enrolling in a physical education, internship, cooperative education or field placement course/program are required to pay a non-refundable Accident Insurance Fee. Those who attend courses through this program do not receive academic credit but have an opportunity to develop their personal and professional interests by attending the classes as audit students. It should be understood that no grades can be earned or recorded for participation in these courses. The College cannot extend this opportunity to attend courses on a space available basis to senior citizens registering for non-credit courses, since the latter must be financially self-supporting. Each semester a special registration time is set aside for senior citizens who wish to avail themselves of this program. Additional information may be obtained by calling the campus Registrar's Office. Senior citizens are also invited to attend the theatre productions, concerts, art exhibits and lectures sponsored by the College. Most events have no admission charge, although tickets may be required.SuffolkSENIOR CITIZENSSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    SISTER MARY CELESTE BECK AUDITING SERIESOffers courses in cooperation with the Communication Arts, English, Music, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology and Theology Departments at Molloy College. Participation of the community in these courses are welcomed and the cost is $50 per course. Courses are for the entire semester. The student is exposed to 45 clock hours of instruction and lecture. The student will not receive college credit for the course(s). Sample course offerings include: Literature In The Digital Age; Chaucer; Prose And Poetry Of The Romantic Period and African American Literature From 18th Century To 1940. Courses vary each semester. Call for more information.NassauSISTER MARY CELESTE BECK AUDITING SERIESMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    VOLUNTEER/INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIESVolunteers and interns needed to assist in a variety of program settings to work with youth, their families, community residents, vets, adults, HIV/AIDS population, people with developmental disabilities, and low-income individuals.SuffolkVOLUNTEER/INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIESECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COUNCIL (EOC) OF SUFFOLK, INC.

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