As the baby boomers increasingly consider second or third careers in the nonprofit world, charities face a mixed blessing. They can attract people with skills their organizations might not possess—but by hiring those people, they could limit opportunities for young people to move up.
What can nonprofits can do to attract these older workers without alienating young staff members? And how can nonprofits appeal to older workers' desires to contribute significantly to society?
Join us on Tuesday, July 19, at noon U.S. Eastern time when for a live, online discussion with Marc Freedman, the founder of Civic Ventures, a San Francisco think tank that works to promote career opportunities for older adults. He is the author of the new book, The Big Shift: Navigating the New Stage Beyond Midlife.