There aren’t many places in today’s environment where young and old come together, especially for a common purpose. Yet with the burgeoning growth of our senior population, and the challenges facing millennials, especially in the job market, it feels like a natural opportunity to bring these communities together for a win-win collaboration. Trent Stamp, the CEO of The Eisner Foundation, recently wrote an opinion piece in Washington Monthly calling for the engagement of seniors in a new role of national service, and so have the founders of Lustre. And writer Robert Goldfarb, 86, described in The New York Times his personal experience of mentoring young veterans who are trying to return to the civilian workforce. Coaching them on how best to present themselves to potential employees, Goldfarb also reaped his own reward: finding meaning and purpose at a late stage in life. Could it be that in today’s crazy world, one way to bridge the divide is through intergenerational connection? Find out more Here.