Lifelong Learning

“The adventure of life is to learn.”

~William Arthur Ward

Knowledge Is Power

They say that knowledge is power. So, if power comes from knowledge, we must never stop learning. Lifelong learning is not just a phrase, it is a way of life. In fact, ask anyone who has a penchant for academia and they will tell you, I’m still learning.

In retirement, lifelong learning is a means for creating a fulfilling lifestyle. So, if you’re finding you have time on your hands right now, and love learning, what if you could make it a part of daily life?

With plenty of online classes and other virtual learning resources, there is always a way to make lifelong learning a part of your retirement journey. After all, the journey of life is learning, therefore education can have no endings.

The Benefits Of Lifelong Learning

Whether pursuing personal interests and passions or chasing an entrepreneurial ambition, lifelong learning can help you achieve personal fulfillment and satisfaction. That’s because knowledge enables us to have a different perspective. And, it also opens us up to fascinating conversation and a deeper understanding not only of ourselves but also the world we live in. There are many long-term benefits of lifelong learning including:


  • Renewed Self-Motivation
  • Recognition of Personal Interests & Goals
  • Opportunity To Follow Your Passions
  • Staying Mentally Fit
  • Improved Self-Confidence
  • To Embrace Curiosity 

Lifelong Learning At Chateau La Jolla

Today’s retirees are a diverse group of seekers and explorers, thinkers and doers. Which is why, we have partnered with OLLI (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at SDSU), an organization committed to intellectual stimulation and continued learning experiences within a group of like-minded people. Through this partnership, we offer our residents a diverse selection of courses and programs to foster the joy of learning. Whether it’s something brand new or a continuation of your life’s work, we at Chateau La Jolla encourage our residents to learn, set new goals and create the life they want to live.