Religious Center, JEP executive director to hold talk with students tonight

Thinking about the future and what lies ahead can often be a rather daunting activity. Hearing the stories of others and how their lives came together can help relieve some of that normal anxiety that we all feel.

Today at the University Religious Center, students will be given the chance to listen to USC faculty and staff talk about their lives, in turn giving invaluable stories and advice that will allow you to think about the path of your own life in a different way.

The talk will be headed by Tammy Anderson, executive director of the Joint Educational Project. Anderson has been with JEP since 1981, has a bachelor’s degree in Gerontology, and a master’s degree in higher adult and professional education.

Attendance is free and will take place in Room 103, the United Ministry Lounge, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m