Advanced dementia care

Spring class explores intimacy needs of adults with advanced dementia

According to instructor Tracy Schroepfer, expressing sexual and intimacy needs helps older adults achieve better physical and psychological health.

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Lifelong learning for the 100-year life

Strategies for reinventing higher education in a time of longer lifespans.

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Information Technology Academy gives student a welcoming community and a path for her future

Since 2000, more than 200 students have graduated from ITA Madison, and an estimated 99% of graduates have gone on to attend post-secondary institutions.

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Digital portfolio

Building an online portfolio that’s right for you

If you’re applying for jobs in publishing, public relations, web design, or another creative field, be prepared to share an online portfolio.

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Quiz time! Test your job-market knowledge

Find out how much you know about cover letters, switching careers, and going back to school as an adult.

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Summer Music Clinic students playing instruments

High schooler makes music and friends at Summer Music Clinic

Students learn from distinguished music teachers and enjoy social time

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Career Corner

Preparing to start your own business

Career counselor gives advice on networking, research, finances

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Precollege ProCSI Program

ProCSI program sparks a 10th grader’s passion for computer science

High school students tour cutting-edge engineering labs.

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Fall 2018 Lifelong Learner Giveaway

Lifelong Learner Giveaway winners revel in Music of the Vietnam War

Authors Craig Werner and Doug Bradley gave a presentation about their book at Music of the Vietnam War, a lunch-and-learn event for winners of Continuing Studies’ fall 2018 Lifelong Learner Giveaway.

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Palliative care patient

Nurse and attorney helps End-of-Life Palliative Care Certificate participants navigate tricky ethical dilemmas

The five-day program covers how to have effective conversations about death and dying, the unique needs of terminally ill children and teens, ethical and legal concerns to consider when working with the dying, and more.

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Voting booth

Odyssey Project participants share why voting matters in 2018 essay contest

The essay contest is the precursor to “A Celebration of Voting,” an event the Odyssey Project will host on Saturday, Oct. 27, from 2-3:30pm, in the Urban League Community Room, 2222 S. Park St. 

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thank you typewriter

Mastering the art of the follow-up

A smart, well-timed follow-up message can make or break your quest to land the job you’re seeking.

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