Forging Solutions for Senior Living as an Industry Champion

To address industry challenges, we must be aggressive in our recruiting efforts, demonstrating to young people the multiple rewards available to those who choose senior care and services as a profession. Long-term financial stability, upward mobility, and a deep sense of meaningfulness can provide the motivation early leaders and mid-career professionals need to enter the senior care industry.

Beginning with our initial 2019 senior living symposium, we hit the ground running. It was there the work began. Vital conversations were sparked and valuable perspectives collected directly from those at the forefront of the senior living education and senior care administration fields.



To bridge relationships between universities and providers, and build robust, sustainable academic leadership programs that promote and support the field of aging services.


To inspire passionate students in the field of aging services to meet leadership needs of the country with quality higher education programs and partnerships for rewarding, impactful careers.

We are:

  • Committed to creating 25 robust university and college programs and 1,000 paid internships with senior housing, care and service providers; associations; and industry partners.
  • Committed to growing these strategic partnerships to help expand educational opportunities and create urgency around the workforce development challenge facing the aging services sector.
  • Committed to understanding how we can foster robust, lasting and mutually beneficial partnerships.
  • Committed to infusing essential insight into the current Vision Centre efforts and delivering transparency through all phases of development.

Learn how we are addressing today’s workforce challenges in senior living

and aging services.