ACT NOW-50% off new or renewing annual memberships in the Lifelong Learning Institute for Licking County Residents. LLI is funded in part by Licking County Sr. Levy funds.
A Note From the LLI Coordinator
As the new Coordinator for The Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI) at Central Ohio Technical College, I am pleased to provide you the Fall 2014 catalog of classes.
The purpose of the LLI remains to provide educational opportunities for mature learners in Central Ohio, to broaden and extend their knowledge, share their life experiences, become more attuned to community resources and interact socially with other lifelong learners. So once again the LLI is offering multiple courses, Coffee & Conversation events and learning adventures to all mature learners throughout central Ohio. Peer-led and membership-driven, the LLI courses and special events focus on the arts, literature, philosophy, science, languages, technology, spirituality, economics, local, national and world affairs.
I welcome you to access the Fall 2014 catalog through the link here and register for any and all classes/events that interest you. If you are not currently a member, join now for a prorated fee. If you currently reside in Licking County and are not a member, we can subsidize half of your membership fee through Senior Levy funding.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me, Megan Crawford, at 740-755-7090 or email me at email@example.com.
Governor Recognizes COTC’s Lifelong Learning Institute
Bonnie Kantor-Burman, Ohio Department of Aging director, presented a special commendation from Governor John R. Kasich to the Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI) of Central Ohio Technical College (COTC). COTC President Bonnie L. Coe, Ph.D., accepted the recognition in front of 50 members of the LLI at its welcome back celebration on August 21, 2014 at COTC’s Pataskala campus.
“We commend all those attending for your desire to improve yourself and your community, and we thank all those who are involved with the Lifelong Learning Institute for your support of the program,” reads the official recognition.