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We’re Hiring: Jobs at Encore.org

Encore.org is seeking talented, creative professionals to join its growing team. Be a part of the encore movement and our […]

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Dawn Blackman: City Girl Turns Urban Gardener, Feeds Thousands

A neophyte urban gardener helps to transform a food desert in Champaign, IL, into a land of bounty, growing food […]

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Nominations Closing 7 May: The Encore Prize, Generation to Generation Challenge

When I joined Encore.org in 2005 as the founding director of The Purpose Prize, I couldn’t have imagined how many […]

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Keeping Experienced Talent on the Job Makes Sense

Too often, organizations “squander precious talent,” based on archaic stereotypes and plain discrimination. My USA Today op-ed explains how lazy thinking […]

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Why National Service Matters: Top #EncoreNews of the Week

Encore in the Media and Other News Get ready for summer! Gen2Gen is excited to be helping in the areas […]

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Nurturing Purpose Beyond the Self in Older Adults

This article was written by Anne Colby and Jim Emerman. The Pathways to Encore Purpose (PEP) project is a collaboration […]

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Stand up for National Service

I was 25 when I inadvertently landed in the mecca of national service, leading Experience Corps Bay Area, an intergenerational […]

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Best Cities for Successful Aging: 2017 Picks

Age-friendly cities improve the quality of life for ALL residents. Did your town make the list? Milken Institute Center for […]

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EFN Leadership Conference: A Message from EFN National Director, Mike Mowery

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Doug Noll, founder of Prison of Peace, featured in the Christian Science Monitor

Doug Noll’s life began at 50, when he abandoned a traditional law practice for mediation and peace-making. Since then, Doug […]

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