Generations Serving Generations - Continuance Magazine

​​Continuance Magazine* is a quarterly publication dedicated to stimulating new thinking about education issues and multigenerational engagement and includes the following goals: to foster communication and contact between generations and cultures; to enrich the educational experience for all ages through lifelong service and learning; to encourage creative thinking and approaches to solving the challenges of education and to publicize the potential for older generations as economic resources.

Founded in 1987 as a four-page newsletter, Continuance became a magazine in 1999 with generous funding from the Corporation for National and Community Service. Continuance is produced by Generations Serving Generations through the Serve Illinois Commission.

*Founded in 1987 with funding from the Illinois Board of Higher Education

Continuance Magazine Issues

Cur​rent Issue
Continuance Winter/Spring 2018 Cover
Winter/Spri​ng 2018 [PDF, 1.3MB]​​

The Cover Story is about a young man who had a flair for computers and a dream to start his own company. The story underlines the courage to walk an unknown path, and the importance of civic engagement, intergenerational bonds, and family.
Read more about John Rico's story. [PDF, 527KB]



Previous Issues

2014 - 2017
2010 - 2013
2006 - 2009
2001 - 2005
1996 - 2000
1993 - 1995

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