Follow this link to be directed to the Redefining Retirement Workshop Registration Form.
The Redefining Retirement workshops were developed to help participants work through a process of personal reflection, community discovery, opportunity identification and idea implementation. Each participant will reflect on their skills, interests, experience and passions, and how they could be of benefit to their own community. Participants may chose to apply their skills through the development of a business, a social enterprise, by mentoring a community member or choosing to volunteer with an existing organization. The sky is really the limit!
It is strongly suggested that participants attend the four workshops that be will delivered in their area. Each workshop builds upon work done in a previous session, and participants who attend each workshop will get the most bang for their buck (keep in mind that all of our workshops are completely free!).
The workshops are:
While we strongly suggest that participants attend each session, we understand that sometimes it's just not possible. Please contact us if you want to be a participant, but have a conflict that does not enable you to attend each session.
Chris Pelham, facilitator with Redefining Retirement, explains the expected outcomes of the program.
All Yarmouth workshops will be held at the Burridge NSCC Campus and will be held from 1:30-4:30. The workshop dates are:
All Windsor workshops will be held at the Windsor Regional Library from 1:30-4:30. The workshop dates are:
All St. Margaret's Bay workshops will be held at the Tantallon Library from 1:30-4:30. The workshop dates are: