What's Next? Graduation and Life's Big Q's
Why Take This Course?
This course will consist of 7 sessions on questions that will most probably arise as Georgetown Seniors transition from their student life to a working life and beyond. We will reflect on your education at Georgetown and chart a possible courses to apply it for the rest of your life. The problems we discuss have no permanent solutions; people have been wrestling with them from time immemorial. Life challenges you to create answers to new situations, mostly new to you, until it ends. We will explore the idea of a life of learning, based on your Georgetown education, as a path to your most successful and rewarding life.
3:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Registration opens in MyAccess at 3 PM on Monday, November 30 for all seniors.
Keith Hrebenak has been a Professorial Lecturer at the Georgetown School of Foreign Service since 1994. He is retired from the U.S. Air Force where he was a bomber crewmember and acquisition engineer. He also works at the National Reconnaissance Office. He is a graduate of the Command and General Staff programs of all four Military Services and the War College programs of the three Military Departments of the DoD. He has graduate degrees in Aeronautical Sciences and in Strategic Studies and National Security Affairs. He began his career at Georgetown as a research associate at the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy.