AARP NHAARP New Hampshire is looking for a volunteer leader to serve as State President.   

The State President works in collaboration with the State Director to achieve the Association’s vision, mission and strategic priorities and serves as Chair of the AARP New Hampshire Executive Council.   The Executive Council – in partnership with the State Director and staff – develops the framework for the state’s strategic plan and implements the activities in the areas of economic security, health, long-term care, and livable communities. 

We need someone with strong leadership and interpersonal skills; public policy and planning experience; a talent for networking; and the ability to coach, mentor, motivate and inspire others.   Previous volunteer leadership experience is required, either with AARP or other organizations.   

The AARP New Hampshire State President position offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of people.  Benefits include reimbursement of all expenses (including travel) and training and support from the state, regional and national offices.  The position enables state presidents to build networks with organizations and key decision-makers that will endure long after their term in office. 

Interested?  Check out the position characteristics and complete and return the application by Wednesday, May 8, 2013.  For more specific information, contact Kelly Clark, State Director, kclark@aarp.org, 603 265 0550.   

We hope you or someone you know would like to join us in making a positive difference in the lives of New Hampshire residents.  

References

State President application

State President criteria

State President volunteer description

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