There are several upcoming opportunities for you to be involved in the future of GGS. Please contact Amanda James at email@example.com if you are interested in any of the following opportunities.
Jobs for Georgia Graduates
This fall, GGS and the Division of Aging Services are collaborating with the Georgia Department of Labor to educate selected high school students about careers in aging. Click here for more information and a list of participating areas.
We are looking for help for the following projects:
- Regional Career Presenters (October - May): Make one 50-minute presentation to a group of 10-25 participating students in your region. GGS and DAS will provide a speaker's kit with a PowerPoint, speaker's tips, and handout masters. We will provide locations.
- Regional Community Service Hosts (October - May): Host a JGG student for three community service hours. GGS and DAS will provide a service-learning kit with learning outcomes, orientation guidelines, sample activity descriptions, and post-service reflection questions.
- Service-Learning Development Team Members (August - September): Help to develop our service-learning kit by collaborating with teammates to draft learning outcomes, orientation guidelines, three sample activity descriptions, and post-service reflection questions.
- Video Scout (Flexible): Help us identify a talented professional or student videographer who can provide free services for the career video project.
Georgia Council on Aging 40th Anniversary
October 26, 2017
Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving 30th Anniversary
October 25-27, 2017
Senior Corps Director
Athens Community Council on Aging
Director of Programs
View More on our Jobs Page.