“I love the commitment Senior Learners Inc. has for education,” said Chris Knife, vice president of Development and CEO of the CF Foundation. “Their continued backing of the College of Central Florida through the Foundation exemplifies their focus of supporting educational opportunities for community members of all ages.”
Senior Learners offers noncredit educational opportunities to individuals 50 years and older in a broad range of academic areas including health, science and technology, the arts, history and languages. On Aug. 27, Knife and CF President James Henningsen will welcome seniors back to the Ocala Campus at the Senior Learners’ Free Fall Term Kickoff Party.
“This September, Senior Learners will resume in-person classes on the CF Ocala Campus and also continue with online class options via Zoom,” said Rich Hautanen, president of Senior Learners. To learn more about the organization and the Free Fall Term Kickoff Party please visit seniorlearners.org.
CF’s Community School of the Arts provides high-quality group or private instruction by college-level faculty to students in grades K-12 and adults. Classes are held in the Dassance Fine Arts Center.
The CF Foundation, founded in 1959, is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation that enhances the college’s programs and services through the development and management of private contributions and community partnerships. To learn more, visit CF.edu/foundation.