|Position||Phone & Email |
|Valerie Beckett||President||519-886-4166 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Rick Kitchen||Treasurer||519-742-2495 email@example.com|
|Keith Myra||Registrar||519-886-4423 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sylvia Ranson||Secretary & Archivist||519-576-6387 email@example.com|
|Elizabeth Ruby||Assistant Registrar||519-725-4608|
|Gail Wright||Hospitality and Volunteers Coordinator||519-884-0365 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Melanie Watkins||Hospitality and Volunteers|
|Marie Beattie||Program Director||519-742-4699 email@example.com|
|Wendell Prime||Technical Team Leader||519-664-2017 firstname.lastname@example.org|
TAL-KW is a non-profit organization run by volunteers, according to its constitution and bylaws. Board members may be elected for a maximum of six consecutive years.
View the TAL-KW By-Laws (February 2019)
The 2019 Annual Meeting was held on Thursday, February 28, 2019, at 3:35 p.m. in the Forbes Family Room, RIM Park. (This followed the final lecture in the Thursday series.) Minutes of the 2019 AGM are available here.
TAL-KW is a member of the Third Age Network (TAN).
In 2010, an endowment fund was established at Conestoga College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning. Beginning in 2012, an annual bursary has been awarded to a full-time student who is enrolled in a School of Health and Life Sciences and Community Services program which contains a gerontology component. Students must demonstrate their financial need as well as an interest in working with seniors.
In 2014, TAL-KW established the Third Age Learning Kitchener-Waterloo Graduate Student Bursary in Gerontology and Movement Disorders Research at Wilfrid Laurier University. An annual bursary may be awarded to a full-time graduate student who is conducting research related to gerontology and/or movement disorders. The recipient will have a minimum cumulative GPA of 7.0 and proven financial need. First preference for these funds will be given to graduate students who are conducting research at the Movement Disorders Research & Rehabilitation Centre (MDRC).
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