As the Generational Winds Blow

By David Elcott, Stuart Himmelfarb

eJewish Philanthropy, May 23, 2011

The authors argue that the Jewish community must re-imagine how Boomers live through their sixties and seventies, what roles they play in communal life, how our organizations recruit and mobilize their talents if they are willing to leave the private sector for public service work, and what implications these shifts will have on the involvement of succeeding generations.

Topic: Retirement, Generational Issues, Jewish Organizations, Demography, Volunteerism

Editor: Brown, Dan

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Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Elcott, David. Himmelfarb, Stuart. As the Generational Winds Blow. eJewish Philanthropy. 23 May 2011:


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