Life After 50 Options Resources

Website
Resource:
Bridgestar
Notes:
Provides a nonprofit management job board, content, and tools designed to help nonprofit organizations build strong leadership teams and individuals pursue career paths as nonprofit leaders.
Website
Resource:
Center on Aging, Health & Humanities, The
Notes:
An online network for George Washington University faculty and others who are working to improve the lives and health of older persons through education, research, and work in clinical arenas, with the inclusion of the humanities and creative arts to promote healing and wellness throughout the life span.
Website
Resource:
Coming of Age
Notes:
This Philadelphia-based initiative helps people 50+ explore their future by connecting and contributing through opportunities, both paid and unpaid, in their communities. The initiative also provides training to nonprofits about how to build their capacity to capture the energy and expertise of this population.
Website
Resource:
International Longevity Center
Notes:
Based at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health, this Center serves as a research and educational hub for understanding and addressing issues in science, policy, and practice related to healthy aging and the larger implications for society of a longer life span.
Website
Resource:
MetLife: Mature Market Institute
Notes:
Offers expertise in aging, longevity and the generations and is a recognized thought leader by business, the media, opinion leaders and the public. The Institute’s research, insights, strategic partnerships and consumer education expand the knowledge and choices for those in, approaching, or working with the 50+ market.
Website
Resource:
National Council on Aging
Notes:
Brings together nonprofit organizations, businesses, and government to develop creative solutions that improve the lives of all older adults from finding jobs and benefits, to improving their health, and remaining active in their communities.
Website
Resource:
Boomers Leading Change
Notes:
This Rose Community Foundation initiative was launched to find out how 55 to 65-year-olds in Metro Denver are thinking about their futures. Funding was provided by The Atlantic Philanthropies as part of a national effort to understand the potential for future civic engagement of adults in their 50s and older.
Website
Resource:
SecondAct
Notes:
An online destination tailored to the needs and interests of readers over age 40. Provides inspiration, information and hands-on know-how for getting the most out of the second half of life with a wealth of news, features and profiles of successful "second-acters" in four key areas: Managing money and investing for financial independence; Finding an encore career or opportunities for making a difference in the world; Exploring healthy lifestyles and fitness options; and Enjoying the good life, including food, travel, tech, the arts, and simple living.
Website
Resource:
Second Journey
Notes:
A social-change organization helping to birth a new vision of the rich possibilities of later life. Focuses on opening new avenues for individual growth and spiritual deepening, renewing an ethic of service and mentoring, creating new models of community, and marshaling the wisdom and experience of elders to address pressing social issues.
Website
Resource:
Senior Friendly Libraries
Notes:
An online blog that provides resources and discussion about library services to older adults.

Pages