Environmental friendly place to work with staffing people cooperating with applicants.
Administrative Assistant, when in training. (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 13, 2019
All of above rate high. I began with AARP in July 2003 when I left and transferred from Urban League, Atlanta, GA. I went to work on Fairburn Rd, Atlanta, GA 30331, upon training period with Urban League of Atlanta back in November 1, 2001.
Supportive, Creative programs for updating new practices in workplace
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – 777 Grant Street, Denver, CO – February 7, 2019
AARP offers a diversified type of programs for Mid level + Seniors.
Government SSCEP grants provide training for Seniors to change their vocation,.Offers the opportunity to Retired volunteers to assist other for profit and non profit businesses and to become trained into new employment fields through volunteerism.
Social, Computer Team player, and Mini job fairs are only a fe of the Training devices AARP provides
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Davenport, IA – February 7, 2019
Manager did not listen to employees ideas. Tasks not made clear. They had a good system in place to create new jobs, jobs not always available. On staff person not clear if manager was available and hours.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – February 5, 2019
Comfortable place to work at, including very respectful co-workers. I enjoyed my time at AARP SESEP Foundation program and learned much from my Manager and some of my co-workers. I enjoyed my time at AARP SESEP Foundation!
Senior IT Consultant / Sr. Program Manager (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – January 25, 2019
AARP provides opportunity to grow professionally as well as an excellent work life balance work remotely that is supported by a host of technology tools to include Skype for Business and various other conferencing tools.
Project timelines that are typically not achievable without substantial overtime.
Employment Specialist (Former Employee) – Florida – January 24, 2019
Relax attendance a job fairs or make phone calls contact to the employers to placed a job placements, follow ups job retention and updated and placed the job bank to get new job order's in the personal computer systems.
Excellent program for senior's 50+ trying to get back into the work force. opportunity to build confidence and skills while earning a salary. A typical day at work always opened up new life experiences.
free trainning day lunches
Upward mobility within the company through the program not available, A 48 month tenture limitation.
Strategic Marketing Consultant (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – January 24, 2019
Contractors are consistently treated like step children in the organization in every way possible. however the work life balance is great. This organization has a lot of diversity. That is well received.
Tax-Aide Team Analyst (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – January 2, 2019
Hardworking workplace culture. Had an opportunity to learn new skills required by my position. The hardest part of the job was being compelled to turn over projects that I had worked on to more senior staff. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning new skills and becoming engaged in a few projects from beginning to end.
Reluctance of management to assign work to new staff.
Employment Specialist/Job Develooer (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – December 20, 2018
My experience is with AARP Foundation SCSEP. I have learned many things while in this training program. I believe the experience will help me in the future with getting employment. I appreciate the experience I have had with the SCSEP program.
The work is light, and I can do it and job search.
Custodian (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – December 10, 2018
A typical day at work is casual, I'm either hanging blinds, or doing light house keeping. I've learned to adjust my schedule to maximize my experience using the limited time that I'm paid for. Management is fun to work with, and the assignments are light, and I can talk to them about problems, and report finished work without a whole lot of complications. The workplace culture is patient, relaxed, and full of peacefule people who enjoy communicating. The hardest part of the job is getting done with assignments in the limited time that AARP will pay me for, and the most enjoyable part of the job is the people who like to be a team.
AARP is focused on providing the best programs for its members and work/life balance for its employees.
Contract Manager (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – December 6, 2018
AARP is focused on serving its members. As such, AARP newsletters and programs are designed to fill the informational needs of members. AARP programs provide valuable discounts and members are happy with AARP benefits and programs and their return on their membership investment.
this position is designed as a training program for 55+ seniors to return to the 40 hr wk work force, its called the senior community service employment program, in which I would recommend to anyone 55 or older also assignments are with non profit organizations