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Virtual Volunteers needed for Stanford Advisory Board on Dementia and Parkinson's

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Stanford University School of Medicine

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We are looking for volunteers to participate on our advisory board. Our projects focus on brain health and aging. Our board meetings would be every month or every other month over Zoom for 45 minutes to a hour. Participants would receive a $25 gift card for each session. Here are the requirements of a potential member:

  1. A potential board member can be the organizational representative of a Bay Area organization serving from minority communities (Latinx Americans, Asian Americans, Black/African American, Native Americans) in any of the Bay Area counties, Santa Cruz County, and Monterey County.
  2. Adults from minority communities who have family members with dementia.
  3. Adults from minority communities who have family members with Parkinson's disease.

This is a great opportunity for those interested in learning more about dementia research and aging brain health. Prior advisory board members have gained valuable experience working on our boards. We need your expertise on your communities to help guide our projects.

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This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


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  • Must be at least 18
  • 45 minutes to 1 hour every month or every other month
  • Comfortable using Zoom

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