A Rich Avenue to Pursue.

The Stanford Center on Longevity, Encore.org and the Packard Foundation hosted a two day conference on ways to strengthen the bonds between generations. The discussion at the June 24-25 conference at Stanford University revolved around mobilizing the talents of experienced older workers to boost the prospects of vulnerable children and youth. It was a heady, inspiring conversation with participants focused on ways of taking advantage of an educated, engaged older generation with little interest in retiring, eager to find both meaning and work in their next chapter—including supporting the young.

This is a rich avenue to pursue.