Tuesday, June 24th
2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. – Opening Exchange – Generativity and Intergenerational Cooperation

• “Making Aging Positive,” The Atlantic, June 2014, by Linda Fried
• “Generativity” and the Pass-It-On Conference by Lincoln Caplan
• Family Matters:  Public Policy and the Interdependence of Generations by Generations United

3:00 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. – Reality Check – Challenges and Solutions

• Demographics Reference by Adele Hayutin
• Potential Encore Talent and Their Interest in Helping Children and Youth: A confidential preview of   a 2014 Encore.org survey by Jim Emerman and Cal Halvorsen
• Marshaling Encore Talent: Intermediaries and Other Match-makers by Phyllis Segal
• “The Fear Factor,” The American Scholar, Summer 2014, by Lincoln Caplan

4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. – Finding Good Fits – Matching Supply and Demand

• Investing Human Capital and Social Capital in America’s Children and Youth:
  A Case Study of Jumpstart from the Perspective of The Corporation for National and Community   Service by Erwin Tan
• AARP Experience Corps: A Case Study by Lincoln Caplan

Wednesday, June 25th
9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. – Making It Real – Creating Generative Communities

• Piper Report on Civic Engagement in Arizona, Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust
• Experience Matters: Connecting Talent with Community
• Summary of the Santa Clara Project

Additional Readings

Challenges and Solutions

• Out of Many, One: Uniting the Changing Faces of America

Creating Generative Communities

• America’s Best Intergenerational Communities: Building Livable Communities for Children, Youth,   Families, and Older Adults
• Making Children a Priority on Grandparents Day and Every Day by Dr. Joan Lombardi and Dr. Mary   Catherine Bateson (Huffington Post)
• Let’s Raise Our Grand Voices in Support of Children and Families by Dr. Joan Lombardi and Dr.   Mary Catherine Bateson (Huffington Post)
• Mr.Rogers Got It: Generations Are Stronger Together by Donna M. Butts (Huffington Post)