Who We Are

At the College of Caring we know no one cares how much you know until they know how much you care.

Meet caring ideas, and companies, and people who care about each other

Why We Founded the College of Caring

We – all of us – live in a world that is too often too uncaring for too many. Even in a time of global warmingthe chill of feeling forgotten, not mattering, and feeling alone is in the air. We seem to have forgotten that the nicest way to get warm is to wrap our arms around someone who is cold. Yes, via technology, more and more of us are connected, but more and more of us also feel very unconnected from each other. So, because necessity is the mother of invention, and some day is no day, and the here and now is now and here, we founded the College of Caring.

At the College of Caring there is a tuition.

Enroll with a warm heart and an open mind.

Taking Time to Care

At the College of Caring we do not confuse knowing more with being wise. At the College of Caring we know no one cares how much you know until they know how much you care. The College of Caring Is not about taking classes. It is about taking the time to take care of you. The ability to be other caring is dependent on your being self-caring. The Golden Rule tells us to treat others the way you want to be treated. But if you are uncaring of you, you will treat others with the same lack of caring, and the Golden Rule will be false gold. At The College of Caring you will meet caring ideas, and companies, and people who care about each other who will make your life better, sooner. And in this brief life, the caring company of others is as good as it gets.

We invite you to enroll in the College of Caring. Here is the tuition. Bring a warm heart and an open mind. That’s it. Nothing more. Nothing less. We’re waiting. With open arms. We all count and count on each other, and to care much about others is a reminder that excess in some things is just right.

And to those who ask:

“The accreditation for being caring, is being caring.” – Noah benShea, Dean, College of Caring