Many older people look to education as a new source of stimulation or even an opportunity for an “encore” career path. But as you approach retirement, no one wants, or can afford, the sky high tuition costs of a typical college. But don’t worry. According to Nancy Collamer, an expert on “second-act” careers, there are many ways to bolster your educational chops without going broke. Among the opportunities: MOOC (Massively Open Online Courses) classes from top universities, industry associations with certificate programs or even local community colleges, all of whom readily welcome older learners. To better understand higher education options later in life, sharpen those pencils and Read Here.