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Bilingual (English/Cantonese) Moderator for Senior Phone Conversation Group

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One Community

Do you enjoy talking with older adults? Lead a weekly one-hour discussion group for Chinese seniors. Be a welcoming host who gives neighborhood elders a place to socialize during the pandemic. Any and all ideas for topics of discussion are welcomed.

The Sharing Network began in response to the worsening of social isolation brought on by the pandemic, and now offer daily activities that any senior in Fort Greene, Brooklyn can join by phone. Groups are limited at about 8 people so participants can develop relationships with one another.

Moderators age 50 and over are preferred but not required. Moderators must speak Cantonese.

Moderators attend a 1 hour training via Zoom during the week of September 3rd, and then host their group one hour a week for six weeks beginning the week of September 13th.

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About One Community


13 Greene Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238, US

Mission Statement

One Community calls for Fort Greene and Clinton Hill residents and institutions to employ the powerful tools at their disposal, individually and as a community, to reduce inequality, dismantle divisions, and share the contributions which each part of the community offers We focus attention on inequality and separation, catalyze a fairer and freer allocation of resources and help remove impediments to change.


Many local organizations do important, effective community work core activities. One Community asks that they explore how to maximize the number of local people in their community programs.One Community asks institutions to make local equal opportunity and the dismantling neighborhood barriers high-level institutional goals. Participating organizations will broadly and creatively examine all their operations to see what they can do as service providers, employers, owners of facilities, leaders and advocates, trainers and educators, etc. to advance local equity and sharing. The leading institutions will confer on an executive organization-wide authority to promote the goals.



Mon Dec 13, 2021 - Fri Feb 25, 2022


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Cantonese / Mandarin
  • People Skills





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