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LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

As interest in encore careers grows nationally, pioneers are creating encore programs at the state and local levels. These efforts range from the occasional support session to comprehensive services including job preparation and placement, life planning and peer networks for encore career seekers.

FIND ORGANIZATIONS IN YOUR STATE

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Click here to find organizations that provide encore services (dark green states), or click on a dark green state to see organizations in that state.

FOR ENCORE CAREER SEEKERS

Start your search for organizations in your community by seeing what's in your state on the map above. Other good places to connect are community colleges, universities, libraries, volunteer centers, adult education programs and local nonprofits.

Get started using this encore careers guide, with stories, profiles and resources. More >

FOR ENCORE PROGRAM OPERATORS

Find out how community leaders throughout the country have launched innovative programs to advance the encore stage of life.

Learn about organizations that are creating encore programs. More >

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NETWORK OF LOCAL ENCORE ORGANIZATIONS

Learn about Encore Network leaders and organizations that are working locally to offer innovative pathways to help chart this encore stage of life and work. More >

FEATURED COMMUNITY

Maricopa County, Ariz.

For over a decade, leaders in Maricopa County have been developing new programs that tap encore talent to build a strong community.

FEATURED COMMUNITY

Greater Boston

In Boston, encore program and policy leaders, researchers, employers and innovators have come together to form the Encore Boston Network (formerly called G-BEAN or Greater Boston Encore Action Network) to advance the encore movement in the region.