Senior Corps @ NAU
The Senior Corps @ NAU program offers the opportunity for adults 55 and older to serve in their community in a variety of capacities. Some of our volunteers serve in schools with high-needs students, while others serve in the homes of home bound adults that need support maintaining their independent lifestyle. Senior Corps programs partner with non-profit community organizations to meet an array of needs. Some of our programs offer a stipend to qualifying lower-income older adult, as well as compensation for mileage and training. Whatever the volunteer’s interest, we have a program to match!
What Benefits Might You Be Eligible For?
As a Senior Corps volunteer you could receive:
- 15 to 40 hour a week service opportunities
- A modest, tax-free stipend
- Accident and liability insurance while on duty
- Personal and holiday leave
- Reimbursement for volunteer mileage & an annual physical
How Can You Serve With Us?
Northern Arizona University’s Senior Corps program offers three distinct ways to get involved: the Foster Grandparent Program, the Retired Senior Volunteer Program, and the Senior Companion Program.
What Are Your Next Steps?
Before becoming a Senior Corps volunteer yourself, please fill out and submit the short contact form below so one of our coordinators can reach out to you to review eligibility requirements, answer any of your questions, and assist you with finding your place in one of NAU’s Senior Corps programs!