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Member Handbooks

Posted on December 11th, 2009 by Anne Cardale, OLLI National Resource Center

Dick Dahlberg, OLLI at University of California, San Diego Asks OLLI:

We are looking at revising our member handbook and are looking for some good examples from some of the other OLLI’s. Does anyone have a member handbook they are willing to share?

5 Responses to “Member Handbooks”

  1. #1 by: Adam Brunner

    Hi Dick,

    Just send me an email at abrunner@temple.edu and I will reply with a copy of our Member Handbook. — Adam


  2. Ditto to Adam’s comment.
    sokoloff@brandeis.edu -


  3. We have a great handbook that we use for our memebrs and then insert 4 pages and use it for our instructors. Cheap to print also! Just email me and I can send you a copy. lucy.woodhouse@furman.edu

  4. #4 by: Thom Clement

    You can see a pdf of the entire Member Handbook for OLLI at George Mason University via our website: www.olli.gmu.edu. Click on “Publications” in the Quick Links and scroll down to the Member Handbook. We revise it annually and distribute a hard copy to all new members.


  5. Dick,
    Our Member’s Handbook is also online. You can find it at www.cgs.pitt.edu/osher and click on the OLLI Members’ Page.
    Judi

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