• Seasoned Adult Enrichment Program

    The Seasoned Adult Enrichment program provides seniors in Clackamas County with an educational experience that is designed and administered by "seasoned adults" (seniors and retirees) who actively participate in all aspects of the program: as student, discussion leader, committee planner, and host.

  • Why do people continue their education?
    • Develop new skills
    • Exercise their minds and bodies
    • Pursue a special interest
    • Make new friends
    What programs are offered?
    Our Wednesday morning meetings introduce a variety of speakers that cover topics including travel, health, history, current events and areas of interest and importance to seniors.
    How much does it cost?
    Attend a single class session for $3 per day. The cost for each seven-session term is $15, or attend the entire year for just $30.
    Who designs the program?

    People like you - members of the Seasoned Adult Enrichment Program! Instructors include SAEP members, community leaders, college faculty, and guests from the community. Most of the instructors volunteer their time. All presenters have the expertise in the subjects they teach, with a willingness and ability to share with others.

    If you are interested in teaching in our program, contact our SAEP Curriculum Committee Chair, June Routson, 503-786-3856.

    Where is the Harmony Community Campus?

    ll SAEP classes are held at Harmony Community Campus, 7726 SE Harmony Road, Milwaukie, OR, in room OIT 191 unless otherwise indicated. OIT/Metro shares the CCC Harmony Community Campus parking lot. Park behind the OIT building and enter through the southwest door.

    If taking a bus:

    TriMet buses #29, 31, 79 stop at the corner of Sunnyside (Harmony Rd.) and 82nd. (two block walk to Harmony/OIT Metro Center); Bus #28 stops at the corner of Harmony and Fuller Road (one block walk to Harmony/OIT).

  • Contact our Office of Community Education

    Harmony Campus - 7738 S.E. Harmony Road, Milwaukie, Oregon 97222

    Call us: 503-594-0627

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