2014 Adult Learner Institute:
Serving Post-Traditional Adult Learners
in Higher Education
May 19-21, 2014
Normandale Community College; 9700 France Avenue South, Bloomington, MN
Register TODAY for the second annual Adult Learner Institute: Serving Post-Traditional Adult Learners in Higher Education conference.
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The Adult Learner Institute is designed for anyone interested in learning more about serving post-traditional adult learners in higher education including administrators; faculty and staff; education and career advisors; workforce development professionals; marketing professionals; recruitment and enrollment management professionals and veterans’ representatives.
This year, the institute welcomes Dr. Brenda Harms, Mary Moorhouse and Brad Turner-Little as the featured keynote speakers. In addition to these exciting sessions, you will also have the opportunity to:
- Participate in engaging presentations by national and local experts on emerging trends and effective program formats for serving post-traditional adult learners;
- Attend a Credit for Prior Learning panel discussion hosted by special guests Mary Beth Lakin, Dr. Mary Ellen Dallman, Wilson Finch and Tim McGowan,
- Network with conference participants to share your successes, make connections and gather ideas for your future efforts!
View the complete conference agenda and hotels offering special rates during the conference.
You may register as an individual or as a cross-functional campus team of leaders, student services staff and faculty. Campus teams will have the opportunity to begin the development of a strategic plan for post-traditional adult programming to implement on your campus. If your campus already has a plan, the time can be used to develop specific measurable action steps. Moderators and supporting documentation will help guide the teams throughout the conference.
For more information about the 2014 Adult Learner Institute, contact the online support center at 800-366-7380.
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