AARP Maryland

Michael Kulick

Subscribe to this topic via: RSS

Stay Connected: Newest Volunteer Opportunities in Maryland (updated 7/22!)

Posted on 07/22/2014 by | AARP Maryland | Comments

  Last updated 7/22/14 If you had the chance to help a neighbor, solve a community problem or advocate for a cause you care about, would you do it? Our members tell us that they want to make a difference, and AARP MD will showcase opportunities here for you to get connected to opportunity that make your feel great — either through AARP MD or through a community partner! Please take a look at the volunteer opportunities in Maryland below, …

Maryland’s Diane Bell-McKoy Begins AARP National Policy Council Term

Posted on 06/26/2014 by | AARP Maryland | Comments

AARP recently welcomed Diane Bell-McKoy to its National Policy Council. Bell-McKoy will serve a two-year term. “I am honored to join the AARP National Policy Council.” Bell-McKoy said. “It is an organization committed to service, inspiring social change and ensuring that people of all backgrounds age with dignity and respect. I look forward to serving AARP members and the broader 50+ population.” Bell-McKoy, of Baltimore, Maryland, is President/CEO of Associated Black Charities, Maryland’s leading African-American philanthropic organization. Its signature strategy, …

New Scorecard Indicates Maryland Needs Improvement to Better Serve Older, Disabled Residents

Posted on 06/19/2014 by | AARP Maryland | Comments

Baltimore – Today, AARP released a new, comprehensive, state-by-state Scorecard on meeting the long-term care needs of older residents. Maryland ranks 23rd overall, but AARP warns more must be done–and it must happen at an accelerated pace. The 2014 Scorecard from AARP was compiled with support from the nation’s leading organizations behind quality long-term care, The Commonwealth Fund and SCAN Foundation. “The news is mixed. Maryland has been working to improve the balancing of services away from nursing homes and towards home and …

Wanted: A Communications Intern!

Posted on 06/13/2014 by | AARP Maryland | Comments

Those interested should send a resume and a short paragraph about why there is interest in the position to AARP Maryland’s Director of Communications, Tresa Ballard, at tballard@aarp.org. If you have questions, please email Ms. Ballard or call her at 410-895-7610. Are you an undergraduate looking for some real-world internship experience in the field of traditional and digital communications (like Facebook and Twitter)? AARP Maryland is offering a paid, exciting, entry-level internship that supports the AARP Maryland Communications Team! We are a small …

Learn Why Digital Volunteering Matters at AARP’s 7/9 event

Posted on 06/8/2014 by | AARP Maryland | Comments

Looking to boost your knowledge of all things digital? From computer skills, to advocacy efforts, to smartphone techniques and the latest apps, learn how to hone your digital skills and become a better overall volunteer for it! Three sessions will be offered by AARP Maryland during our day-long Digital Volunteer Training program on July 9 at the campus of University of Maryland Baltimore County. To register, contact Mike Kulick at 410-895-7604. To register, contact Mike Kulick at 410-895-7604. To register, …

AARP Experience Corps Brings Adults Back to School

Posted on 05/31/2014 by | AARP Maryland | Comments

  Volunteers are currently needed in Prince Georges County and Baltimore City Schools! Read more and sign up to help now. People who sign up to volunteer with AARP Experience Corps are finding themselves back in the classroom. And they are loving it. Just ask Marlo Bender about her work as a tutor with AARP Experience Corps. As a volunteer in Tempe, Arizona, Bender is just as excited to be in the classroom as the kids are to have her. “It’s …