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AARP AARP States Advocacy

Looking for Leaders

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The New Hampshire Senior Leadership Program, cosponsored by AARP, is ready to train its next class of go-getters who are eager to make a difference on aging issues. Twenty-five participants will be selected based on motivation.

Participants meet five times over an eight-month period and receive training on issues such as caregiving, public transportation, affordable housing and services that help people stay independent as they age. The program hones advocacy and community leadership skills. Graduates have gone on to start an Alzheimer’s support group, create television spots on fraud and run successfully for elected office.

The only cost to participate is a $45 contribution at the time of acceptance. Hotels, meals and materials are covered. Go to to download an application form, or request one by email at Applications must be received by Feb. 25.

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