Scott Martin, M.Ed., is a Volunteer Services Administrator with the Delaware Volunteer Resource Center in Dover, Delaware. He has worked in the field of volunteer management for 15 years, holding positions as a volunteer manager in a small non-profit, the director of a national service program and as a professional in a state office of volunteerism. He is also the lead instructor for Delaware's certificate program in volunteer management.

Scott's most recent project was the creation of the 50+ Community Service Resource Center, a community-based recruitment center offering computer-assisted assessment, resource library of local, national and international volunteer opportunities and referral services.

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Talking To Baby Boomers about Volunteering - Part 1: Third Quarter of Life Passions

[Editor's note:  Part 2 is available online.] How do we talk to Baby Boomers about volunteering? With the Greatest Generation, those Americans who served in WWII and their contemporaries, we would appeal to their sense of civic duty. With Boomers a more promising approach is to talk about unexplored passions. Boomers are now entering the third…