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Marci Alboher Joins Award-Winning Journalist Jane Pauley for Webcast

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Agrawal brings safe drinking
water – rain from rooftops – to
thousands of villagers in his native
India, using his engineering
expertise.

Video length: 3:05

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Watch Joan Wyatt talk about her
experience as an Intel Encore Fellow
at the Center for Fathers and Families
in Sacramento, CA. Joan shares the
story of her transition from Intel to the
nonprofit sector and what she hopes
to accomplish during her fellowship.
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Video length – 2:01

Watch John Owens talk about his
experience as an Encore Fellow
sponsored by Intel and what he
hopes to accomplish with his Arizona
nonprofit host, The Centers for
Habilitation. (Click photo to play.)

Video length – 5:20

Watch John Owens talk about his
experience as an Encore Fellow
sponsored by Intel and what he
hopes to accomplish with his Arizona
nonprofit host, The Centers for
Habilitation. (Click photo to play.)

Video length – 5:20

Jeff Abraham spent his career in landscape design, event management and fundraising. Always feeling connected to the Tempe, Ariz., area, upon retirement Abraham wanted to be actively engaged in the community to a greater degree. Through the Experience Matters Encore Fellowship Program, Abraham joined Tempe Community Action Agency, a nonprofit that works with a variety of people of all ages in need. Watch this video of Abraham in action.

In her encore career, Judi Henderson-Townsend recycles more than 100,000 pounds of mannequins a year. Hers is an example of a for-profit green business that serves the greater good. She recalls her journey in this short video.

Purpose Prize winner Connie Siskowski is helping young people who have to take care of ill, disabled or aging family members. Since 2006, her nonprofit has provided assistance to more than 500 young caregivers in Palm Beach County, Fla. For her innovative and compassionate work, CNN named her a 2012 CNN Hero.

Purpose Prize winner Randal Charlton used his second career to help entrepreneurs in Detroit get their dreams off the ground. He is now inspiring others to turn retirement into a new beginning. Watch his compelling story in this video.

A social worker for over four decades, Hubert Jones has dedicated his life to the people of Boston. The Boston's Children's Chorus is a dynamic group of young people from the suburbs and the inner city, singing together at a high level. In 2010, Jones won the Purpose Prize for his inspiring work.

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