At my house on the net, I meet with friends and former students to discuss what we are called to do in these challenging times. Out of these conversations grow courses offered here and through the Institute for Learning Innovation at The American College of Financial Services.
- I try out new ideas on Linked-In.
- You are welcome to follow me there
- Also, the best posts are available from the top menu of this site
What I learn from private conversations and the Linked-In conversations, I reduce to micro-courses so others can get the gist of it more quickly. You can enroll from "Learn" on the menu above.
About your host
Phil Cubeta, CLU, ChFC, MSFS, AEP, CAP
For 13 years, as Wallace Chair in Philanthropy at the College, I was responsible for the Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy® (CAP®) curriculum. As I hand CAP off to my successor, I am pleased to invite former students, and other friends of philanthropy to my house on the net.
Now it is my turn to learn from you.
My original training was in the humanities. Here we will try to model humane conversation for a public purpose. Please do read the House Rules. We appreciate diverse viewpoints and identities. Please bring your best self, so the best in us can thrive.