The National Press Foundation has chosen 20 journalists for in-depth training to explore aging and retirement – and to better understand generational changes.

Over four days, journalists will hear from experts about Social Security and Medicare; the public safety net and faltering pensions; Alzheimer’s disease and other health concerns. The training will take place June 12-15, 2016, at NPF’s Media Training Center in downtown Washington.

The journalists are:

Eileen Ambrose | AARP The Magazine, AARP Bulletin | Washington, DC

Sandra Block |Kiplinger’s Personal Finance | Washington, DC

Dan Caplinger | The Motley Fool | Massachusetts

Jill Cornfield | Bankrate.com | New York

Jill Cowan | The Dallas Morning News | Texas

Pat Ferrier | The Coloradoan (Fort Collins) | Colorado

Frank Gluck | The News-Press (Fort Myers) | Florida

Bryan Horwath | The Wichita Eagle | Kansas

Caitlin Kelly | Freelance journalist: The New York Times, other publications | New York

Rory Linnane | USA Today Network – Wisconsin | Wisconsin

Jonnelle Marte | The Washington Post | Washington, DC

Deborah Martinez |KSFR 101.1 FM | New Mexico

Kyle Munson | The Des Moines Register | Iowa

Millicent Ozdaglar | KCRA 3 | California

Encarnacion Pyle | The Columbus Dispatch | Ohio

Gary Rotstein | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Pennsylvania

Anne Saker | The Cincinnati Enquirer| Ohio

Troy Turner | Opelika-Auburn News | Alabama

Tara Lynn Wagner | Time Warner Cable News / NY1 | New York

Amy Zipkin | Freelance journalist: The New York Times, other publications | Connecticut

Funding for the all-expenses-paid fellowship was provided by Prudential Financial.