Baby Boomers Looking for Reinvention Try College—Again

Dec 28, 2017 by

Fellowship programs offer a ‘gap year’ for successful types to press pause before their second act

Pat Collins has worked as a therapist for 30 years and is looking to reinvent herself. So she has gone back to the place where she invented herself the first time—college.

“I’m not sure what I want to do next,” said Mrs. Collins, 66 years old. “I’m able to retire financially. But I’m not ready to stop working.”

Mrs. Collins is a fellow at…

Source: Baby Boomers Looking for Reinvention Try College—Again – WSJ

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