Community colleges are ideally suited to help the 50+ generation chart the "third phase" of life because they have a strong track record of meeting the needs of nontraditional students. Community colleges can offer adults over 50 flexible classes, connect them with volunteer and work opportunities, and offer short-term educational programs that cater to their interests.
WA Colleges Step Up to Train the Boomer Workforce
Tracey Reilly-Kelly from Clark College talks on Public News Service about how community colleges in Washington are gearing up to meet growing career training demands of plus 50 learners.
Community Colleges Meet the Needs of Adult Students