NEWS FROM THE NETWORK
NEWS FROM THE NETWORK
Remember those "10,000 baby boomers turning 65 every day"? Learn about a new generation of social entrepreneurs serving their needs, and reconnect with longstanding programs activating encore talent.
If you know Ashton's powerful work...check out her latest blogs posts, media appearances and downloadable resources. If you don't, you'll be energized to learn about her transformative, high-energy call to "wake up, cheer up and push back."
Boston-based Empower Service Corps continues its strategic expansion with the acquisition of pro-bono consulting organization ESC of Northern New England. Read about the merger's impact and expanded menu of services to Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont social sector organizations.
It's a great time to be an Encore Network member. Learn what's ahead this year for Encore.org and the Network, and enjoy year-to-date highlights. Not a member yet? Join us and benefit.
A growing number of countries recognize the benefits of longer lives for their society as well as individuals. Meet new Network member, the National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre, a hub for volunteer and charitable efforts in prosperous Singapore.
The Tampa-St. Petersburg area is a magnet for older adults. Encore leader Bevan Rogel brings vision and energy to provide learning opportunities and connect their talent to community nonprofits. Read about current programs and history here.
What makes a network valuable? Members willing to share experiences - and easy ways to engage. Encore Network Connects foster conversations and problem-solving. Join our next session on August 1.
Higher education is powering the encore movement in many ways. Learn about UConn's nonprofit workforce development program and University of Washington's retiree encore support. Check out current encore transition programs including two fall launches.
Meet the talented Dayton Foundation Del Mar Encore Fellows and watch the Foundation's inspiring Older Americans Month video.
South African Network member Lynda Smith started her encore work more than 10 years ago. She’s admired worldwide as a visionary leader making a difference in her home country and elsewhere. Read about her encore journey and current work to develop a 50+ skills bank and “refire” older adults.
Now in its 60th year of serving Orange County, One OC has embraced its 50+ talent pool, using the name Encore OC. Read about the high-energy launch event for its new Professional Fellowships program.
Attention, ageism-busters: Colorado needs your passion and skills. Learn about the new Change AGEnt role, sign up - and tell friends who live in Colorado.