AARP is looking for volunteers, including a state coordinator, who want to be a driving force in keeping Hawaii’s roads safer.
Since 1979, AARP Driver Safety has kept more than 16 million drivers safe through leading educational programs, including the flagship AARP Smart Driver course, the nation’s largest classroom and online driver safety course.
We’re looking for volunteers to instruct the award-winning AARP Smart Driver classroom course, which helps drivers refresh their driving skills and knowledge of the rules — and hazards — of the road. The course also helps drivers reduce their chances of receiving a traffic violation or getting into a crash.
Volunteer Instructors will enjoy meeting people, being out in the community and helping others. We’re also looking for someone who is not afraid to be a leader and a manager to build a team of volunteers that will continue to grow AARP Driver Safety in the state as the Hawaii State Coordinator.
“It’s really about helping people be informed about safe driving practices,” said Vicki Jones, AARP manager of volunteer engagement. “The instructors and other volunteers are working to keep their community safer.