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Meet our volunteers and find opportunities to get involved with our outreach and community service programs.
AARP West Virginia is expanding its team of volunteers dedicated to improving the lives of the state’s older residents. Volunteers can work from home or in person.
AARP WV volunteers contribute to legislative wins for 50-plus West Virginians
AARP West Virginia has long had a very visible and influential presence at the state capitol, advocating for Mountain Staters 50-plus.
AARP West Virginia is conducting a statewide search for the position of State President. This is a high-level volunteer position that offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to utilize your considerable skills and experience to make a positive difference in the lives of West Virginia residents age 50-plus.
The state Legislature begins its two-month session on Jan. 9, and AARP West Virginia is ready to advocate for 50-plus Mountain Staters and their families.
It’s a new year, and the AARP West Virginia Capital Advocacy Team is ready to spring into action when the legislature convenes Jan. 10.
Red Riders’ two sport standout earns AARP/MetroNews statewide honor
AARP West Virginia has presented its highest volunteer recognition, the Andrus Award for Community Service, to Danny Gray of Ronceverte.
Golden Bears’ two-sport student-athlete earns AARP/MetroNews statewide honor
Irish’ two-sport student-athlete earns AARP/MetroNews statewide honor
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