Learning is not bound by age. Tallahassee is the most educated city in Florida, and for good reason! With two universities and a local college, Tally locals take lifelong learning seriously.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Florida State University is a program for mature adults who want to learn in a stress free environment. This means no tests and no homework. It’s learning just for the fun of it! OLLI has been recognized by the Florida Legislature for its leadership in “engaging older Floridians and enriching lives.” The program offers a variety of courses taught by retired FSU, FAMU, and TCC faculty.
With opportunities for mentorship at Florida State University, Florida A&M University, and Tallahassee Community College, the local community values life experience and amplifies voices of all ages and walks of life.
Continued learning is exemplified at the Tallahassee Senior Center, where the mission is to encourage active living, optimal aging, and social fitness for independent adults age 50+. Senior Center members embrace personal growth through various courses in art, music, biology, athletics, and culture.
Thinking about starting your own business? Check out Domi Station, where early-stage companies come together for six months to focus on their people, examine their process, and build their product. They help entrepreneurs sort through the nitty-gritty details of starting a business so they can realize their big-picture dreams. Or consider an entrepreneur-focused track at the nearby universities and college.
Tallahassee educators welcomed Loujean Nelson to Tallahassee at a luncheon hosted by Dr. Sally Butzin, founder of the Project CHILD instructional program. Loujean was a Project CHILD teacher in Chicago before her retirement, and several local CHILD educators gathered to celebrate with her. Loujean and her husband Glenn submitted the winning video to the Choose […]
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