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Our Board of Directors

The all-volunteer AARP Board of Directors — the governing body of our organization — approves all policies, programs, activities and services for AARP. Read

 

Our Executive Team

Meet the members of our Executive Team, their backgrounds and their leadership responsibilities. Read

AARP History

Learn more about the history of the organization and our founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus. Read

Diversity at AARP

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Volunteer with AARP

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Public Policies

Learn about AARP's positions on public issues and how we develop them. Read

Annual Report

Read AARP’s annual report and consolidated financial statement for the current or previous year. Read

Careers at AARP

Learn more about job opportunities at AARP and what makes this a great place to work. More

AARP Ethics

Our Code of Conduct sets forth the highest ethical standards for our employees, volunteers, board members and those who do business with us. Read

AARP National Policy Council Application Process

online
form

Note: the Adobe Acrobat reader is required for the electronic version of the form.


Please review the NPC Member Position Description and Selection Criteria.

To Obtain the NPC Application Form

 

  1. Download the document;
  2. Request by email to npc@aarp.org or;
  3. Write to AARP National Policy Council Nominating Committee, 601 E Street NW, Room T3-317, Washington DC 20049.

 

Submit to the electronic NPC mail box npc@aarp.org or by regular mail.

 

application
criteria

To Be Considered, Qualified Applicants Must:

  • Have experience developing and analyzing public policy issues;
  • Have the ability and time to fully participate in the NPC;
  • Be open to new and challenging concepts; and
  • Be an AARP member (age 50 and over)

 

The NPC Nominating Committee screens, interviews and recommends candidates to the Board of Directors. Interviews of the final round of candidates will be conducted in April followed by the Board of Directors review and approval of NPC appointments in May.

important
dates

February 29, 2012 - Applications Due

April, 2012 - Notification of Applicant Status

April, 2012 - Interview Selected Candidates

May, 2012 - Notification of NPC Nominees

 

If you have questions, please call the AARP Office of Policy Integration at 202.434.3720.

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