AARP Missouri, May 5, 2010
AARP’s Missouri Speakers Bureau “Speak Out!” provides members and citizens in the state with valuable information on subjects of importance to older Americans and their families. This free service is presented by skilled volunteers who will travel in select service areas.
Our speakers can address community organizations, businesses, schools, and participate at community events. If your group is ready for an engaging presentation and discussion from local AARP Missouri volunteers, you need to contact us. Here is our current repertoire of topics that typically inspire and ignite lively conversation with audiences:
BONUS PRESENTATION: AARP’s Visionary Founder: Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus—This provocative story shares the story of an educator who founded a billion-dollar organization because of a chicken coop. Hear about the determination of one tiny woman who founded an organization built on volunteerism and that evolved into one of the mightiest advocacy arms in the nation.
Topics especially for the workplace…
A new addition to the repertoire of topics offered by the AARP Missouri speakers bureau targets businesses. Select presentations support the AARP initiative of the 50+ worker employers that hire and retain that group.
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