2018 Age Smart Employer Awards Announced: Top #EncoreNews of the Week

Newsworthy

Our Director of Network Expansion Betsy Werley reports on the Age Smart Employer Awards, which honored 13 New York City organizations that value employees of all ages. (click to tweet)

If you want an encore career with purpose, get started with these great tips from our resident workplace expert Marci Alboher. (click to tweet)

A new report by J. Walter Thompson in the U.K. touts our Gen2Gen campaign as an example of “living purposely.” (click to tweet)

ICYMI: Gen2Gen Movies and Mentors launched last week — nominate your favorite mentoring movie for a chance to win $500 in movie tickets! (click to tweet)

And if you want an example of how movies can inspire mentoring in real life, read this great Q&A with Debrah Constance, founder of A Place Called Home. (click to tweet)

Links We Love

Jim Emerman: The Connection Between Retiring Early and Living Longer [The New York Times]

Michelle Hynes: Nonprofits unprepared for exodus of baby boomers, Robert Morris University report warns [TribLIVE]

Marci Alboher: Remembering the Holocaust [raceAhead]

Social Action Pick of the Week

Storytelling is essential for nonprofits and social enterprises. Starting Feb, 13, join Acumen for a free hands-on course where you’ll learn to apply important storytelling techniques, understand successful presentation structures & practice developing and sharing your personal story. Register here today. (click to tweet)