Build Bridges and Connect Communities This Summer With L4HSU

Free learning for everyone is available this summer through the LifeLong Learning Lounge (L4HSU), Monday, June 14 through Friday, August 13. Expand your skills, network, and have fun.

The HSU Library— with partners Human Resources, The Office of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, and Extended Education & Global Engagement—invites you to check out the calendar of free summer programs at the Library website.

This year’s theme is Building Bridges and Connecting Communities. L4HSU programs focus on personal and professional development and feature offerings from campus and community partners.

This summer’s programming is a mixture of interactive workshops and new events and will be offered online through Zoom. In 2020, L4HSU saw 1,040 participants attend 51 events throughout the summer. Attendees participated in a variety of racial equity workshops, explored the dynamics of leadership, and engaged with open educational resources, among many other activities. Over the past academic year, L4HSU has offered numerous workshops including the Reentry Forum: Let’s Talk About Mass Incarceration series in collaboration with HSU Project Rebound, the Humboldt Rural Tourism Summit, and several book circles. We look forward to seeing you at L4HSU this summer!

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