Did you know that Tennessee ranks among the top states in the entire U.S. for AARP volunteers? We truly are the Volunteer State!
Members and friends are working with us statewide to make our communities more livable for people of all ages, provide resources for folks caring for loved ones and raise awareness about fraud and scams. Below, you’ll find even more ways to help!
If you have questions email the AARP Tennessee Volunteer Support Team: Tnvolunteer@aarp.org
Fraud Prevention Volunteers
We are looking for volunteers willing to share information and message about fraud prevention. The AARP Fraud Watch Network helps people take steps to avoid scams. Community activities include shredding events, moderating fraud panel discussions and fraud prevention presentation to community groups. So, if you have a passion for outsmarting the scammers or a willingness to learn more about fraud prevention to help others, join our team! Email us at Tnvolunteer@aarp.org with FWN Volunteer in the subject line.
Congressional District Leaders
We are looking for folks to form relationships with staff in the district office of members of Congress, share AARP material when requested, as well as schedule adn attend personal meetings with officials and their staff members. Leaders are needed in Congressional District 3 (Rep. Fleischmann), District 4 (Rep. DesJarlais) and District 6 (Diane Black). Find your congressman and district here. To apply, send your contact information and resume or experience summary by email to Tnvolunteer@aarp.org with CD LEAD in the subject line.
Advocacy & Communications
Have an interest in working with state lawmakers? Are you a natural communicator? We are looking for a volunteer who is willing to help work with us on key advocacy issues and members of the media. Typical work may include building relationships with elected officials through personal outreach, writing blog posts, social media posts and delivering messages to local media members (newspapers, TV, radio). Experience is helpful, but a willingness to jump right in is great. To lend a hand, send an email to Shelley Courington (email@example.com) or Rob Naylor at (firstname.lastname@example.org) with ADVOCACY & COMMUNICATIONS in the subject line.
Volunteer On-boarding and Support
The volunteer support team helps with follow-up of new volunteer recruits, orientation, and the first few volunteer experiences, including office volunteers. We want to get folks oriented and “on the ground” soon after they express an interest in working with us. To help us with volunteer on-boarding, please email Lisa at email@example.com with VOLUNTEER SUPPORT in the subject line.
Driver Safety Program
AARP is looking for dedicated volunteers to be Driver Safety Program instructors. Potential instructors must have completed the DSP Smart Driver course, must have Internet service, and an email address. Please contact George Coleman, State Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in learning more about this volunteer opportunity. Tennessee counties where instructors are needed are: Greene, Johnson, Hawkins, Sevier, Anderson, Campbell, Union, Claiborne, Grainger, Hamblen, Jefferson, Roan, Washington, Carter, Tipton, Dyer, Weakley, Obion, Putnam, McMinn, Monroe, Bledsoe, Sequatchie, Smith, Dekalb, Macon, Trousdale, Humphreys and Dickson
AARP Foundation Tax Aide Counselor
We are looking to add members to our awesome Tax Aide team. If you are interested in helping folks prepare taxes for a few months out of the year, please contact email@example.com with TAX PREP HELP in the subject line. Volunteers are needed statewide.
All of our volunteer leadership positions are selected by an application and interview process and will be open until filled.
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