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New Speaker’s Bureau Debuts in Oklahoma

AARP Oklahoma is focused on telling our story in 2011.

That’s why we’re re-launching an all-new Speaker’s Bureau.

We’re assembling a group of volunteers who will speak to civic and community groups in your local towns and communities. We’re looking for energetic people who enjoy meeting new people. It’s fun work that’s also important.

Whether you have a little or a lot of time, we want to talk to you. Your level of involvement is up to you.

You’ll participate in regular phone calls and receive updated materials and talking points. We’ll train you on some effective speaking tips and teach you to identify the kind of groups that we’d like to reach in your own local community.

What kind of groups will you speak to?
Maybe the local chamber of commerce or a civic club, maybe your church group, maybe a social club, like a group of retirees. The possibilities are endless.

What kind of things will you speak about?
AARP programs like Create the Good, Driver Safety & AARP Foundation TaxAide; initiatives protecting Social Security and  Medicare; and the mission of AARP.

Think this is the right opportunity for you? Contact Craig Davis, Associate State Director, Communications, via email cedavis@aarp.org or (405)715-4473. We’ll send you an assessment form and visit with you about your skills set. If this isn’t the right volunteer opportunity for you, we’ll work to find a place you can volunteer in AARP.

Contact us today. We would love the chance to see if this is the right opportunity for you.

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