The Connecticut Masters’ Games and AARP Connecticut are providing a free seminar about helping age 50+ workers achieve their employment goals by connecting people to trusted resources, information and peer networks. This one-and-a half-hour seminar focuses on the nuts and bolts of job searching in the digital age, showcases the power of developing a personal brand and helps people learn to network with ease.
AARP Fraud Watch Network and the Connecticut Masters’ Games are providing a free seminar about how to protect yourself and your family from ID theft, scams, and fraud on Sunday, May 15, at 3 p.m. The seminar will be held at the New Britain High School Lecture Hall in New Britain, site of the 37th annual CT Masters’ Games Presented by UnitedHealthcare.
Calling all amateur athletes! AARP is proud to help sponsor the 36th Annual Connecticut Masters' Games, taking place on Saturday, May 16th and Sunday, May 17th, 2015 in New Britain, CT. Registration is now open, so don't miss your chance to join in the fun and show us what you've got!
Each Spring, thousands of seasoned athletes from across Connecticut and the Northeast come together to compete in the CT Masters’ Games – the state’s largest Olympic-style sporting event for amateur athletes ages 50 and over. Select events are also open to athletes ages 30-49.
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