If you have the time and passion to make an impact on the lives of people across our state, then AARP Mississippi has the perfect opportunity for you!
Since its inception, AARP has been a membership organization that relies on volunteers. Our founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, was a volunteer throughout her time leading the organization. To this day, AARP’s all-volunteer board of directors and national president continue that tradition of volunteer leadership.
Louisiana ranks 37th when it comes to meeting the long-term care needs of older residents, and AARP warns more must be done, at an accelerated pace, to improve across-the-board – but especially when it comes to quality of care and quality of life, and effective transitions. This, according to a new, comprehensive state-by-state Scorecard from AARP with support of the nation’s leading organizations behind quality long-term care, The Commonwealth Fund and SCAN Foundation.
AARP is now accepting applications for New Hampshire State Director. The current State Director, Kelly Clark, has been promoted to the position of Northeast Regional Vice President for AARP which created this vacancy.
They're in the community every day - volunteering, making a difference, lending their time and talent to help others in need. They are often unsung heroes, working and giving without recognition or thanks - just because it's the right thing to do. AARP Nevada seeks to recognize these community leaders through the Andrus Award for Community Service. Each year, the Andrus Award recognizes volunteers who have made their communities better in ways that support AARP's mission and vision, and that inspire others to volunteer.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Ron Bridges joined the AARP Kentucky team as its new State Director. Bridges joined the Kentucky state office after fifteen years of service as Associate State Director for Government Affairs in the AARP Ohio Office.
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