Lifelong Learning

Learning doesn’t end when you receive your diploma. Northeastern alumni are lifelong learners, eager to stay ahead of the curve. As you look for ways to be more resilient, explore the myriad of opportunities offered by our office to help you expand your knowledge, keep your finger on the pulse of the future and achieve what’s next.

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mARCH 2021 PROGRAM

The Recognizing and Mitigating Trauma for Personal Holistic Well-being and Professional Practice program is now open for registration. This Lifelong Learning: On Demand program runs from March 1 to 31, and it includes the opportunity to earn a non-credit digital badge. Learn how to mitigate stress and trauma, and build practical and sustainable resiliency skills. Gain a preview into the new graduate certificate in Integrative Health and Wellness from Northeastern, led by faculty expert and alumna, Dr. Kate Tumelty Felice.

Registration

  • There is no charge for this program, but registration is required. Registration is available until March 31, 2021.
  • Registrants will receive a confirmation email upon registering that includes a link to access the program content.
  • Completion of the quiz questions for each of the three learning modules is required by March 31, 2021, to earn a non-credit digital badge.
  • The program is open and running from March 1 to 31, 2021. The program will be archived for future access, beginning in early April 2021.

BENEFITS OF A DIGITAL BADGE

  • Highlight specific skills that your employer or industry considers valuable
  • Become more visible with employers looking for specific skills
  • Showcase your passion for pursuing professional development opportunities
  • Access a community of learners with similar interests and experiences

Registration

  • Examine your own trauma experiences (Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), personal, cumulative, and vicarious) and consider how these influence your personal and professional efficacy (triggers and response)
  • Identify both adaptive and maladaptive responses, and analyze effective versus less effective response patterns on this continuum, focusing awareness on your own patterns
  • Consider effective and holistic coping strategies, and create a personal plan to implement responsive, adaptive strategies for personal and professional practice

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PROGRAM FAQS

How do I register for this program?

To register for complimentary access to the Innovative Uses of Artificial Intelligence program, click here by March 31, 2021. Registrants will receive a confirmation email upon registering with a link to access program content. Completion of the assessment questions for each of the three learning modules is required by March 31, 2021, 11:59 PM ET, to earn a non-credit digital badge.

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What resources will I need for this program?

The only resource needed is an internet connection to access the program content and emails.

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When does the program meet?

The program does not meet in-person. It is completely online. You can watch the program videos, read the supporting materials, and listen to the audio interviews, at any time, on demand, when it is convenient to you.

The completion of the assessment questions for each of the three learning modules is required by March 31, 2021, 11:59 PM ET, to earn a digital badge. Each learning module should take about 1.5 to 2 hours to complete. The program content is available beginning March 1, 2021. The program will be archived here for future access, beginning in early April.

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Can I earn credit for completing the program?

Academic credit is not offered for the completion of Lifelong Learning: On Demand programs. The digital badge offered for this Lifelong Learning: On Demand program is not a form of academic credit. To learn more about professional programs – bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, certificates, and bootcamps – offered at Northeastern University, click here.

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What is a digital badge?

A digital badge is a validated acknowledgement of specific skills or knowledge a person gains across different learning experiences. A badge is one type of micro-credential that helps the earner represent these learning achievements digitally, using a branded symbol that the earner can share on professional and social networks of his or her choosing, and/or by email. Northeastern creates, shares, and issues digital badges through the Acclaim platform. This Lifelong Learning: On Demand program is not directly affiliated with Northeastern University’s learning assessments.

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What value does a digital badge have?

Badges associated with non-credit, short-term learning experiences, including Lifelong Learning: On Demand programs, show the badge earner’s commitment to continuous learning around topics relevant to their personal and/or professional goals. Badges may also help career advancers highlight new skills, or network with others who share similar interests and experiences. For those considering a career change or an advanced degree, earning a badge is a great way to explore the topic in a low-risk way before making a bigger commitment or life change.

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How do I receive my digital badge?

Completion of the assessment questions for each of the three learning modules is required by March 31, 2021, 11:59 PM ET, to earn a non-credit digital badge for this Lifelong Learning: On Demand program. The badge is not available to learners who access the archived version of this program from March 31, 2021 onwards.

If you have completed the required program assessment questions for each of the three learning modules for this program, you will receive an email on April 2, 2021, from Acclaim, Northeastern’s digital badging platform. This will provide step-by-step instructions on how to claim and share your badge.

Badges can be posted on your social and professional networks; resumes and CVs; portfolios; or sent via email and/or text message. We encourage you to claim and share your badge.

Please note that you will not need any special software to access or share your badge. However, you will need to create a free account on the Acclaim badging platform, using the same email you provided when you signed up for this Lifelong Learning: On Demand program.

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Do you have additional questions?

Please contact Jovvann-Dominque Cafua at j.cafua@northeastern.edu or 617.373.6827.

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Additional offerings

Lifetime Learning Membership

As a member of the Northeastern community, you are already a member of the Lifetime Learning Network. Your Lifetime Learning Membership provides you with post-graduate degree opportunities and pathways to over 200 master’s and doctoral degrees, bootcamps, and certificate programs across the globe. Whether you’re pursuing an undergraduate education or returning to earn your next credential, your Lifetime Learning Membership is here to shape and extend your Northeastern experience.

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The Double Husky Scholarship helps alumni finance their graduate education by providing a tuition discount of up to 25 percent on more than 120 eligible degree programs. As an alumnus/a who holds a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree from Northeastern, you may be eligible.The Double Husky Scholarship helps alumni finance their graduate education by providing a tuition discount of up to 25 percent on more than 110 eligible degree programs. As an alumnus/a who holds a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree from Northeastern, you may be eligible.

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Northeastern’s global university system connects you to career acceleration through a revolutionary new approach to delivering quality, top-tier professional programs multiple learning channels, including online, on-ground, and hybrid. Northeastern enables this with coursework and curricula developed in cooperation with partner institutions and aligned with in-demand, leading-edge industries. Locations in the global university system are Burlington, Charlotte, Nahant, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, Silicon Valley, Toronto, and Vancouver.