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Community Presenter for Older Audiences
4 people are interested
Are you 55 or older and eager to make your community a better place? Join AmeriCorps Seniors Metro Atlanta RSVP, a volunteer program that mobilizes seasoned adults to serve as peer educators and advocates.
RSVP volunteers can serve in these ways: give community presentations, facilitate peer wellness workshops, represent the aging network at resource fairs, provide telephone reassurance to isolated older adults, and sometimes assist local aging organizations with special projects. Volunteering is flexible to fit your schedule.
Metro Atlanta RSVP volunteers who serve as public speakers educate older adults about topics related to health and wellness, local resources, safety, and other important subjects.
We equip all volunteer presenters with an optional PowerPoints, suggested scripts, handouts, training, and full support. Presenters provide basic information to an audience - enough to spark an interest so that they can take further action on their own. You needn’t be an expert. Just bring your enthusiasm.
- Select the opportunity of your choice. (Common locations include senior centers, senior apartments, faith communities, Zoom rooms, and other gathering places.)
- Make a one-hour presentation or staff our Area Agency on Aging table at an information fair.
- Maintain strict confidentiality standards.
If you're eager to improve life for aging Metro Atlantans, contact us today and explore the options.
Metro Atlanta RSVP is a program of the Atlanta Regional Commission.
About Metro Atlanta RSVP
229 Peachtree St, NE, Suite 100, Atlanta, GA 30303, US
The mission of the metro Atlanta RSVP program is to provide adults over the age of 55 opportunities for civic engagement and community involvement around issues related to helping older adults and people with disabilities maintain independent, healthy lifestyles and encourage sustainable lifelong communities.
RSVP Volunteers will provide outreach, education and support around issues that are vital to helping older adults maintain healthy, independent lifestyles
229 Peachtree Street, NEInternational Tower, Suite 100Atlanta, GA 30303
September 20, 2021
- Community Outreach
- Public Speaking
- Mental Health
- Safety & Disaster Education
- Adult Education
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 55
- Orientation or Training
- The minimum time commitment is four hours per month for six months.
- You must be 55 for older to serve as an AmeriCorps Seniors RSVP volunteer.