University of Wisconsin–Madison
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Nelson Baker shares skills that help adult students succeed online

Adult learners are no different than undergraduates: they need services and guidance that allow them to succeed throughout their careers.
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Tips for a successful informational interview

A career and education counselor tells job seekers how to best reach out.
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4 tips to dress for success in 2019

UW-Madison career counselors offer 4 easy tips to dress for success in today's workplaces, so your potential and personality shine brightly.
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Odyssey Project student overcomes obstacles to get his bachelor’s degree

Odyssey provides adults facing economic barriers with a chance to start college for free
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Making it as a freelancer in the new economy

Be your own boss with five freelancing tips from a career counselor.
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A spectacular 90th birthday gift to the Odyssey Project

The Odyssey Project has empowered more than 400 adults to overcome adversity and achieve their dreams through free access to a two-semester humanities course.
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Searching for a job if you’re an ex-offender

In Wisconsin, ex-offenders recently out of prison have many resources to begin their job search and should be optimistic about their options.
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Spring class explores intimacy needs of adults with advanced dementia

According to instructor Tracy Schroepfer, expressing sexual and intimacy needs helps older adults achieve better physical and psychological health.
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Lifelong learning for the 100-year life

Lifelong learning for the 100-year life

Strategies for reinventing higher education in a time of longer lifespans.
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