NEWS & BLOGS
Stay up to date on what’s happening with the encore movement. Here are the top stories:
Encore movement leader Doug Dickson writes about the Positive Aging Movement in this reprint from Aging Today,
Encore.org vice president Phyllis Segal answers questions about the third in a series of publications from the Building Movement Project on encore transitions for nonprofit leaders
Encore.org president Ann MacDougall recaps the latest in encore news from the NYT to the latest Merrill Lynch study of retirement trends.
Marci Alboher interviews Encore.org board member Paul Irving on his new book, The Upside of Aging.
Encore.org Senior Advisor, Linc Caplan, pens a cover story on the dependency ratio and how it perpetuates the greedy geezer meme in The American Scholar.
Encore Fellows are featured prominently in the "Your Money" section of the New York Times.
Marci Alboher writes about intergenerational partnerships focused on improving the world in the New York Times.
Encore.org President Ann MacDougall talks about the diverse sources of talent at Encore.org and announces some key hires.
Marc Freedman proposes two ways to help more people have encore careers.
2014 Eisner Prize for Intergenerational Excellence - Tweet your nominations today!
Marc Freedman talks encore in the UK
Purpose Prize winner Jenny Bowen talks about her new book: Wish You Happy Forever
Why this millennial is hanging out with a bunch of boomers.
Congratulations to Our Own Marc Freedman Encore.org founder and CEO, winner of Schwab Foundation 2014 Social Entrepreneur award
Have You Got Your Second Wind? Dr. Bill Thomas' new book and conference series
RetirementJobs.com and Transamerica Spotlight Non-Profit Opportunities Encore-style job and volunteer links get prominent spot on listing site's front page
Meet 'The Poster Boy' For The Encore Career Movement Forbes profile of Encore.org board member Ron Cordes
Encore's Marci Alboher on The Long Game Planning your 70s while in your 40s and 50s, on Next Avenue.
Encore Innovation Fellow Betsy Werley Profiled in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Fox News – Encore Careers Becoming Popular Among Baby Boomers Marc Freedman interviewed on a Fox News piece about encore careers.
The Wall Street Journal – Find Yourself Later in Life by Serving Others Marc Freedman describes how deep personal meaning can be found in service to others.
Ysabel Duron goes off camera for great 2nd act Ysabel Duron, founder of Latinas Contra Cancer in San Jose and one of seven winners of the 2013 Purpose Prize tells her story to the San Francisco Chronicle.
The Dangerous Myth of Reinvention Marc Freedman talks about the myths and unrealistic expectations that come with personal reinvention.
How to Try Retirement Before You Quit Your Job Encore.org founder and CEO, explains the benefits of acquiring experience before embarking on a new career
Purpose Prize Winner Fights for Caregivers Kerry Hannon sits down with Purpose Prize winner Barbara Young to talk about her new goal: better working conditions for aides to the elderly.
‘Genius’ Awards for Retirees Two of this year’s seven winners, being announced today, have focused their work on veterans.
Purpose Prize Winners: Changing the World After 60. These inspiring folks won the 2013 awards for using their second acts to improve the lives of others.
Marc Freedman, founder and CEO of Encore.org, is the author of The Big Shift: Navigating the New Stage Beyond Midlife.
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Marci Alboher, a former New York Times careers columnist, offers help in finding your encore career.
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Phyllis Segal leads programs aimed at understanding and expanding encore careers as an important source of talent to meet society’s most pressing needs.
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Sara Ying Rounsaville, directs communications for Encore.org and shares the latest resources available with the Encore.org community.
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Next Avenue, a PBS-system website and Encore.org partner, providing in-depth information, perspective and inspiration to help people 50+ navigate their next life stage.
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Encore.org is a nonprofit organization working to promote encore careers – second acts for the greater good. More >