Explore the many reasons millennials should be involved in conversations about aging, grief, and end-of-life, and how the experiences we've had prove that age doesn’t matter when preparing for death.
Our beliefs and wishes around death are something we rarely talk about until it’s too late, but as 20- and 30- somethings working in aging and the end of life, we believe we’re never too young to start. We have unique perspectives to add to these important conversations and we want to share them with you!
A group of millennials working in aging and end-of-life will share their stories of loss and grief, and engage in honest, authentic conversation around these important issues. And since we know how critical connections can be, we will offer guidance to individuals interested in these fields, as well! We ask you to bring your curiosity and an open mind, as well as some friends!
We look forward to meeting and schmoozing with you over plenty of refreshments!
**This program is being hosted with the help of Sinai Memorial Chapel, and will be a judgment-free zone, respecting all presenters and attendees as they share their thoughts and experiences. ALL ARE WELCOME!**