AROHE is the expert on retirement in higher education.
AROHE, founded in 2002, supports all phases of faculty/staff retirement through a dynamic member network that links retired faculty/staff associations, retiree and emeriti centers, and campus offices that engage retirees such as human resources, academic affairs, alumni, and advancement/development.
AROHE provides resources and connections to increase retirees' value to their colleges/universities, communities, and professions in the areas of philanthropy, advocacy on behalf of the institution, volunteerism, and institutional knowledge and commitment. Read more about AROHE.
AROHE’S resources and tools can help you to create win-win programs that benefit the institution as well as retirees and to support all phases of retirement from pre-retirement planning to retiree engagement and inclusion.
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Thursday, April 22, 9 a.m. Pacific
During this webinar, the Kwantlen Polytechnic University Retirees Association and the Perimeter College at Georgia State University Retiree Association will share their most successful programs and practices.
AROHE is proud to partner with CUWFA (College and University Work/Life Family Association), which works to create a healthy and productive environment throughout the lifespan and enhance the work-life effectiveness of employees.
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