Archie Elam, who recently graduated from Encore!Hartford, a four-month training program for corporate professionals over age 50, at the Veteran’s memorial in Stamford, Conn., June 23, 2016. After careers in profit-making enterprises, baby boomers are seeking jobs in nonprofit groups where they can pursue their passions and a paycheck.
Archie Elam, who recently graduated from Encore!Hartford, a four-month training program for corporate professionals over age 50, at the Veteran’s memorial in Stamford, Conn., June 23, 2016. After careers in profit-making enterprises, baby boomers are seeking jobs in nonprofit groups where they can pursue their passions and a paycheck. Lisa Wiltse The New York Times
Archie Elam, who recently graduated from Encore!Hartford, a four-month training program for corporate professionals over age 50, at the Veteran’s memorial in Stamford, Conn., June 23, 2016. After careers in profit-making enterprises, baby boomers are seeking jobs in nonprofit groups where they can pursue their passions and a paycheck. Lisa Wiltse The New York Times

Nonprofit work after retirement? Maybe you can make it pay

June 27, 2016 12:01 AM