Digital Community Advocates Needed
In a changing Hoosier state, AARP Indiana’s Digital Community Advocate volunteers fight for a better quality of life and address the needs of people in towns and cities from Gary, all the way down to Evansville.
Digital Community Advocate volunteers can expect to share information on their social media networks about their communities, raise their voices on local policy issues, ranging from transit to housing, and act as AARP Indiana’s eyes and ears in their communities - even if it is from behind a computer or smartphone screen. In times of an unprecedented national challenge, it is crucial to share helpful information and understand what is going in your town or city.
The Digital Community Advocate also helps inform AARP Indiana’s efforts furthering the Social Impact Agenda by engaging in the virtual world. Additionally, the Digital Community Advocate helps assure the state office stays connected with, and responsive to, the local community’s needs.
If you enjoy staying connected and using social media to help inform your friends, family, and neighbors, the Digital Community Advocate volunteer position is for you!
For more information, contact Dan Domsic at email@example.com or call him at 317-778-9108.
More about the Digital Community Advocate Position:
- Digital Community Advocates are seen as leaders that can help other community members to effect change, as well as brainstorm where AARP should go next.
- Digital Community Advocates may be asked to help spread the word on Coronavirus/COVID-19 resources from AARP and elected officials.
- Digital Community Advocates can expect regular communication from the AARP Indiana office, as well as invitations to participate in TeleTown Halls from the national office.
- Digital Community Advocates are expected to follow the AARP Code of Conduct, including its nonpartisan and conflict of interest policies.
- Digital Community Advocates will be invited to participate in general team calls.
- Digital Community Advocates will be welcome to participate in all team activities.
About AARP Indiana
One N. Capitol, Suite 1275, Indianapolis, IN 46204, US
AARP is a nonprofit membership organization of persons 50 and older dedicated to addressing their needs and interests. We seek through education, advocacy and service to enhance the quality of life for all by promoting independence, dignity and purpose.
AARP is the nation's leading organization for people age 50 and older. It serves their needs and interests through our primary areas of expertise and proven success through: Information and education; Legislative, judicial and consumer advocacy; Community services; and member services that are provided by a network of local chapters and experienced volunteers throughout the country.