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Institute for Senior Professionals


About the Institute

The Institute for Senior Professionals is a College-supported independent group of substantially retired citizens who wish to use the knowledge and skills they have acquired during their public and private careers for the benefit of non-profit and government entities in our greater Okaloosa-Walton community.  They are “giving back” through voluntary uncompensated advisory assistance to organizations whose missions are dedicated to the public interest.

History & Purpose

The College established the Institute by the Board of Trustees on March 19, 1991.  ISP contributions to education, economic development, charitable causes, public welfare, and government are chronicled in the studies and reports listed in the ISP website and in the activities pursued by its various committees. It is our intent to continue to focus our attention on issues that affect our community and to bring our collective wisdom to bear on improving the quality of life.

Membership

Membership in ISP is by invitation to candidates who have demonstrated understanding of the ISP mission and their preparedness to support it. ISP offers senior professionals the opportunity to work in small project teams with outstanding members of our communities, college faculty and staff to help analyze important problems and offer pro bono advice. The members of ISP meet on a regular basis to exchange ideas, review requests for assistance from government agencies and non-profits, hear task force progress and reports and listen to invited speakers from various fields on subjects of current interest.

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