Named after AARP’s founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, the Andrus Award honors outstanding volunteers from each state who dedicate their time and talent to enrich their communities.
The following guest post was submitted by Andrew Starcevic, Peace Corps regional recruiter for Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island.
AARP Connecticut will donate $3,000 on behalf of recipient to an eligible non-profit organization of their choosingNomination deadline is August 1
Apply by May 29 to win $50,000 and a chance to appear on AARP digital channels
Today, a secure retirement is out of reach for half of Nevada’s 593,000 private sector workforce, especially those who work for themselves or small businesses. More than 296,000 Nevada workers do not have a way to save for retirement through their job, leaving them unprepared to support themselves in the future and more likely to have Social Security as their only source of retirement income.
A lot has changed since August, 2016 - including Bret’s retirement - see the article on page 5. As we are recruiting for a Bret replacement (it’s likely that we will have hired a replacement before you read this) I am struck by how amazing the AARP Wyoming staff and volunteers are.
As The AARP Wyoming State President, I will continue to work with caregivers as part of my platform during my tenure. I live in Sheridan, Wyoming where my husband Clarence and I lead the AARP Community Action Team.
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