Explore Your Future is a fun, thought-provoking, four-session workshop series that helps individuals envision their next phase of life.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 18, 2013
Coming of Age: Bay Area is pleased to announce its next “Explore Your Future” workshops aimed at people 50+ who seek a new direction in life.
Starting on Wednesday, Sept. 18 and continuing each Wednesday for the next three weeks, the workshop series will be held at three different locations throughout the region. The San Francisco workshop will be held at the Eastern Park Apartments at 711 Eddy Street from 4-6 p.m. One East Bay workshop will be held at the Women’s Initiative at 1814 Franklin Street, Suite 200 in Oakland from 6-8 p.m.; a second workshop open only to Ashby Village Members and Volunteers will be held at Ashby Village, 2330 Durant Avenue in Berkeley from 3-5 p.m.
Explore Your Future is a fun, thought-provoking, four-session workshop series that helps individuals envision their next phase of life. Whether considering a new interest, starting a second career, or giving back through volunteer work, the Explore Your Future program includes a range of proven techniques and activities for self-discovery.
This is a hands-on learning experience, led by trained counselors dedicated to lifelong learning. Sessions will help participants explore:
- What has influenced you?
- Who are you now?
- How can you realize your dreams?
- How do you create an engaged life?
An individual action plan will be implemented based on: realistic goals, real and perceived challenges and the resources needed to help achieve those goals. The cost for the workshops is $79 each for Coming of Age: Bay Area members and $129 for non-members. To sign up for a workshop, please visit http://www.ComingOfAge.org/BayArea/Explore-Your-Future to enroll.
About the company:
Coming of Age: Bay Area works in concert with non-profit organizations and individuals to celebrate the ability of all people age 50 and older to continue to grow, transform their communities, and become a force for public good. They are sponsored by Northern California Presbyterian Homes and Services (NCPHS), with additional funding provided by the Corporation for National & Community Service/RSVP grant and other community grants, and in partnership with KQED.
Coming of Age: Bay Area offers volunteer opportunities, workshops, educational events, and one-on-one coaching. For more information, please visit ComingofAge.org/BayArea or Facebook.com/ComingofAgeBayArea. For more information visit their website.