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ND Advocacy Volunteer Opportunities

Help us create positive change for North Dakotans 50 and older!

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Join the A-Team
By joining the Advocacy Team (fondly known as the A-Team), a diverse group of volunteers playing a key role in the AARP's mission to lead positive social change, you might:

  • Work alongside staff to educate and advocate for issues important to our members
  • Participate in monthly calls and regular face-to-face meetings to stay informed about AARP-led state and federal advocacy efforts
  • Join staff to visit local, state and federally elected officials to discuss the benefits of legislation or policies
  • Write letters to the editor
  • Participate in and track issues during the legislative sessions
  • Train other members to participate in the process.

If you’re interested in finding out more or becoming a member of the A-Team, please contact Janelle Moos, Advocacy Director, at jmoos@aarp.org or 701-390-0161.

AARP On Tap
Our monthly gathering is a chance to look at the road ahead with AARP-ND volunteer state president Kathi Schwan. Every third Friday in 2022 at 11:30 a.m. (CST) we touch on three big questions:

  • Do you pay too much for your prescriptions?
  • Does your community have what you need to stay independent?
  • Do you know where to vote this year?

Learn more and register here.

Become an AARP Activist
Sign up to become an AARP Activist, and you'll receive the AARP Advocate, a free monthly e-newsletter; e-mail action alerts on the issues you care about; and the latest news on Congress and the White House.

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About AARP North Dakota
Contact information and more from your state office. Learn what we are doing to champion social change and help you live your best life.