Connecticut Takes the Lead
Inter-generational Leaps in Employment and Education
Connecticut has one of the oldest workforce and populations in the country.
Our State’s increasingly multi-generational workplace creates opportunities to build on our generational strengths.
See how three Connecticut employment and education programs are making generations work!
Friday, November 8, 2019
5:00 – 7:00pm
University of Connecticut Hartford Campus
5:00 - 5:30pm
Learn how Connecticut Public Schools are invigorating K-12 learning with inter-generational inclusion.
Dr. Christopher Clouet
Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents (CAPPS)
James Thompson, Jr., Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools
Town of Bloomfield, CT
5:50 - 6:10pm
Manufacturing: A Second Act
AARP CT and Connecticut's colleges and high schools have teamed up to take a multifaceted, inter-generational approach to meet the needs of Connecticut's thriving manufacturing industry.
AARP CT Executive Council
Director of Workforce Development
Director of Community & Campus Relations, Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center
Housatonic Community College
6:10 - 6:30pm
What is Your Encore?
You are not done yet. Learn how graduates of Encore!Connecticut are taking their corporate skills and experience to impactful managerial and professional careers in Connecticut’s multi-generational nonprofit sector.
Joan Barere, Encore '13
Now: Director, Office of Grants Administration & Strategic Partnerships
City of Hartford
Roy Mainelli, Encore '13
Was: UTC Director
Now: Director, Career Pathways Employment Program
Now: Communications Manager
Grace Farms Foundation
Nancy Brennan, Encore '12
Was: Insurance Vice President
Now: Senior Vice President & Regional Director
National Executive Service Corps