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What’s Next? Spring Workshop Series Presented by AGEWORKS™

Programs for 50+ at The Chang School is proud to sponsor What’s Next?, a series of workshops for adults over 50 who are looking for work or a career change, presented by AGEWORKS™. Join us as we learn from five leaders who are well-versed in the subject of expanding horizons. Take advantage of one or all of these workshops, which are designed to help you find meaningful employment and/or reinvent yourself after 50.

Discover Your Greatness/Leverage Transferable Skills

Tuesday, April 28, 8:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m.
Workshop Leader: Sandy Johnson, Vice President, NEXCareer

Become a Fearless Reinventor/Let Your Passion Soar

Wednesday, May 6, 8:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m.
Workshop Leader: Barbara Smith, Founder, Fearless Mentoring

Personal Branding – Brand U

Wednesday, May 15, 8:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m.
Workshop Leader: Janet Rouss, getrealbranding™

The Three P’s of Attitude

Wednesday, May 20, 8:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m.
Workshop Leader: Louise Adams, Partner, Mulmur Consulting Group

Consulting That Works

Wednesday, May 27, 8:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m.
Workshop Leader: Kevin O’Leary, VP Consulting – Optimum Talent

Click here for more information about these workshops and to purchase tickets.


Dr. Marie Bountrogianni Appointed Chair of David C. Onley Award Committee

Dr. Marie Bountrogianni, Dean of The Chang School, has been appointed the Member Chair of the David C. Onley Award for Leadership in Accessibility Selection Committee. The committee will review and recommend individuals to receive this prestigious award from the Province of Ontario.

The David C. Onley Award for Leadership in Accessibility was created to commemorate the Honourable David C. Onley’s term in office as Ontario’s Lieutenant Governor. The award recognizes Ontarians who have gone above and beyond in improving accessibility for people with disabilities.

For more information about the David C. Onley Award, visit the Government of Ontario website.


Celebrating LIFE and Our Coming of Age Speaker Series

As our population continues to age, there is a growing demand for accessible and high-quality education focusing on topics related to healthy ageing.

In response, Programs for 50+ at Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education and the LIFE Institute, celebrating their 25th Anniversary, have partnered with Mount Sinai Hospital’s Healthy Ageing and Geriatrics Program to present an inaugural five-part education series, Celebrating LIFE and Our Coming of Age, which will present a variety of topics important to all of us as we age.

We welcome you to join us for one or all of our sessions as we seek to educate, discuss, and celebrate many aspects that are essential to healthy ageing.

Learn more


Free Tutoring for Accounting, Finance, Statistics, and ITM Courses

Do you need help with your Accounting, Finance, Statistics, or ITM courses? Would you like to gain a better understanding of the course material? Chang School learners have access to free tutoring through Student Services in the Ted Rogers School of Management. From January 26, 2015, through April 10, 2015 (excluding Winter Study Week: February 16–February 20), tutors will be available to assist learners enrolled in the following courses:

CACC 100/110/406/410
CFIN 300/401
CQMS 102/202
CITM 100/102/107/207/500

Visit Student Services in the Ted Rogers School of Management to learn more and to view a full tutoring schedule.


The Chang School Offers Open Admission

The Chang School provides access to university-level and degree-credit courses for all adult learners, regardless of previous experience. Enrollment for most degree-credit courses is on an open admissions basis, providing convenient access to university classes no matter where you live or work – without any formal entrance requirements.

The Chang School extends Ryerson University’s academic resources to adults interested in building their careers, advancing their careers, changing careers, taking courses for professional development or general interest, or applying to a degree program.

If you plan to transfer credits back to your home institution, use your credits to gain entry to a Ryerson degree program (subject to space availability and competition), or if you require more information, please contact us or come to one of our Open House sessions.