The THRIVE seminar takes a holistic approach to retirement planning. Participants are educated and engaged in personal financial planning as part of a larger exploration of identity, health, and vocation in retirement. THRIVE is available in two formats, as an e-learning series and an in-person seminar.
Rooted in A Theology of Benefits, the Board’s retirement planning seminar addresses retirement preparation holistically. THRIVE — short for Thinking Retirement: Identity, Vocation, and Economics — covers subject matters such as financial planning and retirement healthcare options as part of a larger exploration of identity, health, and vocation in retirement.
THRIVE is taught by Board University educators and other experts throughout the country. It includes interactive and hands-on learning opportunities.
"I would recommend the seminar because it provides reminders of issues I had not anticipated fully and answers to specific questions I had asked elsewhere but had not been able to have answered. It also gave me dedicated time to thinking critically about retirement issues."
— Seminar participant/inquirer
The THRIVE seminar is designed for Benefits Plan members who are 10 or fewer years away from retirement, and their spouses or surviving spouses. This includes part-time employees who are enrolled in any benefit from the Benefits Plan.
In this seminar, you will
Note: Additional dates and locations (including the West Coast) will be added soon.
Southminster Presbyterian Church, Arlington Heights, IL (IN PERSON)
Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, GA (IN PERSON)