AARP Experience Corps, a highly successful intergenerational effort, is expanding in the Phoenix area. By enlisting volunteers 50 and older as tutors, Experience Corps has made significant headway in helping children who have struggled with reading in grades K-3.
It’s never been more important. Elementary school students in kindergarten through third grade are learning to read. After third grade, they are reading to learn.
Ready to help make a real difference in someone's life? Help them change the world? AARP Maryland has joined up with Associated Black Charities to help recruit mentors! And you could very well be perfect for the program.
AARP Louisiana and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) are teaming up to help aspiring entrepreneurs get started growing a new business or making an established one more successful at Encore Entrepreneur in Baton Rouge and New Orleans.
UPDATED: Sept. 25, 2013, 10 a.m.: As they await the birth of their first grandchild, Fred and Martha “Marty” Smith know that books and reading will play a large role in their life with their grandson or granddaughter.
STATEWIDE – Thinking about using your decades of experience to start a business of your own? This April, as part of National Encore Entrepreneur Mentor Month, AARP and the Small Business Association (SBA) will host “How to Start or Grow Your Own Business,” events in Springfield, Methuen, Worcester, and Plymouth. Designed to help aspiring entrepreneurs age 50+ put start-up plans into action, the workshops will feature experts and resources to help with topics ranging from writing a business plan to seeking start-up capital.
This April, as part of National Encore Entrepreneur Mentor Month, AARP and the Small Business Association (SBA) are working jointly to link thousands of Americans over age 50 with small business development resources, live workshops, conferences and mentoring programs. The goal: to give aspiring entrepreneurs support to start or grow a business.
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