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Hours of Operation:

Office: Monday – Friday, 9am – 4pm
Scheduled appointments available until 5pm

Contact Us:

535 East Franklin Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740
(301) 790-0275 | Email Us

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Positions Available

Aging Adult Education

Volunteers are needed to teach Evidence-based Programs, Adult Literacy, Technology education at various locations. Education will be provided for Evidence-based Program and Adult Literacy.

Meals on Wheels Program

Volunteers are needed to help deliver meals throughout Washington County. Time involved is between one and two hours a week. Volunteers use their own vehicles. Mileage reimbursement available for volunteers 55 and over. The investment is small but the rewards are great!

Medicare Fraud Unit

Helps Medicare recipients Explanations of Benefits for accuracy and understanding.

Volunteer Ombudsman

A volunteer ombudsman who visits residents in long-term care facilities (nursing home and assisted living) must be certified. Certification includes completion of a 30+ hour state mandated orientation which is usually held in Baltimore or Montgomery County. Travel to this orientation is on one’s own expense. Certification also includes completing a questionnaire illustrating understanding of the ombudsman program and an optional enhanced certification through comprehensive review of five core modules with quizzes. After completion of the above state requirements and interview, it will be determined if a volunteer is appropriate for the program. A volunteer ombudsman is expected to visit an assigned facility for a minimum of two hours per week.

Senior Center Greeter

Enjoys meeting new people. Help new seniors complete a registration form. Must be physically able to walk new members on a tour of the facility. Be dependable, courteous and friendly. We have two shifts available, morning or afternoon. Training provided by Senior Center Manager or Program Assistant.

Senior Center Class Instructors

We are continuously looking at opportunities to enhance our Senior Center Programs. If you have a talent you would like to share, please contact our Senior Center staff to discuss your interest.

Examples include:

  • Guitar lessons - Experienced guitar player to instruct basic guitar lessons one hour a week.
  • Craft classes - Crafty person to share their talent with our members.  Craft class meet twice a month.
  • Sewing Group - Experienced seamstress to teach basic sewing.  Example: putting in a zipper or how to lay out a pattern,
  • Bridge Players - Experienced bridge players to form a Bridge Club once a week.
  • Sign Language - Experienced person to instruct basic sign language once a week or twice a month.
  • Weight Loss - Experienced nutritionist to help guide seniors on a healthier path once a week.
  • Computer and Technology Oriented Individual - To help with Notebook, iPad, iPod, iPhone, Kindle, touch screen tablet, Windows 8

Volunteer by completing our online or PDF formContact us with any questions.

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