San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 12, 2014
Coming of Age: Bay Area has announced the return of “Explore Your Future,” a four-session workshop aimed at people 50 years and older who are ready to accept change in their lives and visualize their future.
The upcoming “Explore Your Future” workshops will be held from 5-7 p.m. Feb. 20 and 27 and March 6 and 13 at the Bridgecourt Room in Emeryville, as well as 4-6 p.m. March 5, 12, 19 and 26 at the Coming of Age: Bay Area office in San Francisco.
The “Explore Your Future” workshops are led by skilled facilitators and feature group and individual exercises that reveal participants’ long-neglected aspirations that have been shelved while pursuing careers or raising a family. People ready to embrace their encore years will engage in a true learning experience – illuminating real-world takeaways for fusing passion, purpose and personal strengths – and leave with a realistic vision for a rewarding future.
“'Explore Your Future’ was a great starting point for reorienting and discovering what was available to me in life,” said Ken Walsh, EYF graduate.
The Bridgecourt Room is located at 3990 Harlan St., Emeryville, while the Coming of Age: Bay Area office is located at 881 Turk St., San Francisco. The fee for both locations is $79 for Coming of Age: Bay Area members and $129 for non-members. There is no charge for membership in Coming of Age: Bay Area.
“Hundreds of people have taken our ‘Explore Your Future’ workshops over the past couple years,” said Noreen McKeon, Program Manager. “According to exit surveys,94% report leaving with greater passion and a clearer path forward.”
After the workshop, EYF graduates can also contact the Coming of Age: Bay Area Talent Coach for no charge follow-up and mentoring.
For more information about the “Explore Your Future” workshop, visit http://www.comingofage.org/bayarea/explore-your-future.
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Coming of Age:Bay Area celebrates the ability of all people age 50+ to continue to grow, transform their communities, and become a force for public good. The organization offers volunteer opportunities, workshops, educational events and one-on-one coaching. It is sponsored by Northern California Presbyterian Homes and Services (NCPHS) with additional funding provided by the Corporation for National & Community Service/RSVP grant, other community grants and in partnership with KQED. For more information, please visit http://www.ComingofAge.org/BayArea or http://www.Facebook.com/ComingofAgeBayArea.