The Institute for Learning in Retirement Inc. admits participants of any race, color, gender, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to ILR participants. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational programs or policies.
Adopted October 13, 2013
THE BASICS OF OUR VIRTUAL SEMESTER:
There are three (3) membership levels this semester:
Individual Membership Level is for a single person ($70).
Dual Membership Level is for a two-member household ($100).
Guest Level is for those who have never taken a class at the ILR – up to three (3) classes ($25).
Twelve (12) of the LIVE classes have enrollment limits. All recorded classes are unlimited. If you don’t get into a limited class, please register for the recorded section.
CLASS STARTING TIMES:
All classes during the regular semester start at 10:00 AM, 1:00 PM, or 6:00 PM (YES! Evening classes!!). Hopefully, this will simplify things. You always know when your class will start!
Remember that we will be hosting two practice classes prior to the beginning of the semester that everyone is invited to attend. I will be sending out Meeting Links for these classes to everyone on this email list. Descriptions for both are in the attached catalog. After these two classes, you will only receive a link to a class if you are registered using the attached form.
August 6 @ 6 PM – Historic American Women by Steve Cicero
A fun-filled trivia-style class to practice all of the basic functions of Zoom
August 10 @ 3 PM – Script Your Family’s Future by Traci Conlon of Edward Jones Investments
This will be a more formal class to practice your skills.
THE BEST ADVERTISEMENT FOR THE ILR IS YOU!
Please share this email with your friends! The more, the merrier!! All of this information will be posted on the ILR website this week.
ON YOUR MARK – GET SET – GO!
The excitement is palpable!! Please talk to your friends if you are still on the fence about participating. The most frequent comment from last week’s Zoom training was (paraphrase): “That was great! It wasn’t as hard as I thought.” Come with us on this journey into the future. Don’t let covid-19 stop you from enjoying the ILR this semester.
If you have any questions, please reach out to me through email at this address.