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Does your OLLI connect members to your host institute’s community service activities?

Posted on July 12th, 2012 by Anne Cardale, OLLI National Resource Center

Judith Bobenage, OLLI at the University of Pittsburgh, Asks OLLI:

Does your OLLI connect members to your host institute’s community service activities? If so, does your OLLI have a course or event to help members explore a volunteer site match?

One Response to “Does your OLLI connect members to your host institute’s community service activities?”


  1. We are working with our university’s Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) to develop a civic engagement program for Osher members that will involve one of the community organization partners that the CCE already has a relationship with, so that the work in that organization is deepened by the involvement of Osher members.

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