Grad students sought for OLLI Scholar Program

Charlie Plain | May 9, 2014

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of Minnesota is offering teaching opportunities for graduate students. The OLLI Scholar Program provides exceptional students who are experts in their field of study an opportunity to teach for OLLI during one session. Approved graduate student course leaders—”OLLI Scholars”—receive a $1,000 stipend to prepare and present one course and must obtain the endorsement of his/her adviser.

OLLI is a vital community of older adults who are brought together by their intellectual curiosity and love of learning. OLLI is an affiliated program of the University’s College of Continuing Education and offers a wide range of volunteer-led courses and activities. “A health club for the mind” is the OLLI motto, and the institute is particularly interested in courses focusing on public health issues.

Visit OLLI’s website to learn more. 

~ Post by Joy Archibald 

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