Are you skilled at using your phone to take photos and videos, or just getting started? Are you a master at Facebook and Twitter, or do you lurk in the background?
The following are Facebook links and Twitter handles for candidates in the 2017 Virginia General Election. When posting questions for the candidates, please pose a question that all candidates for the office can answer, and make sure to tag AARP Virginia. Find us at AARPVirginia on Facebook and @AARPVa on Twitter.
Do you like to write, or are you an amateur photographer? Maybe you're a Facebook or Twitter expert. Join our volunteer communications team -- the Virtual Volunteer Newsroom -- and tell the world about what AARP Virginia is doing in your community. Your job would be to attend AARP events in your area, take photos, post to social media, and write a story about what happened. If you've ever wanted to join the world of journalism, now is your chance!
Members of AARP Arkansas' volunteer Executive Council invite you to learn more about how AARP helps Arkansans realize their Real Possibilities...and learn where AARP Arkansas stands on key issues on the state and federal levels. Watch for updates here, on Facebook and on Twitter.
Are your family and friends on Facebook, while you're still wondering what's in it for you? Or if you already use Facebook, do you worry about privacy on the social network? Hate sifting through irrelevant or annoying posts and game invitations to find what you're looking for?
Tallahasseeans, here’s your chance to get social media savvy. Learn how to connect with your children and grandchildren on Facebook, Twitter, email and other digital communication pathways. The Tallahassee Senior Center will hold a series of classes to help older adults connect with friends and family through social communication … and they’re free!
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