3 Tips for Turning Good Stories Into Great Ones: Top #EncoreNews of the Week

Newsworthy

In just two minutes, #frank2018 speaker and storytelling guru Andy Goodman gives us three tips for turning good stories into great ones. (click to tweet)

We love seeing Gen2Gen Cincinnati bring the Movies & Mentors campaign to Good Morning Cincinnati! (click to tweet)

If you want to join the legions of retirees who are making a difference in their encore careers, get started with this advice from our resident workplace expert Marci Alboher. (click to tweet

Please spread the word: Our friends at the Schultz Family Foundation are seeking passionate and entrepreneurial leaders to fill two key positions — Director, Opportunity Youth and Director, Post 9/11 Veterans. (click to tweet)

Show your support for champions of AmeriCorps and SeniorCorps by joining the 400+ supporters of national service who plan to attend Voices for Service’s 2018 Friends of National Service Awards! (click to tweet)

If your organization is interested in learning how to attract, retain and engage multigenerational talent, this free webinar from Lindsey Pollak is for you. (click to tweet)

Links We Love

Julia Randell-Khan: ‘They call us the Knitting Nanas’ [BBC]

Marci Alboher: Aging and the Meaning of Life [Jewish Journal]

Jim Emerman: If Immigrants Are Pushed Out, Who Will Care for the Elderly? [The New York Times]

Stef Weiss: Majorities Say Government Does Too Little for Older People, the Poor and the Middle Class [Pew Research Center]

Social Action Pick of the Week

Akeelah and the Bee, To Sir, With Love, Finding Forrester. These are just a few of our favorite movies depicting the power of mentoring this #BlackHistoryMonth! Which others are your favorites? Tell us by nominating your favorite mentoring movie here today for a chance to win $500 in movie tickets. (click to tweet)