The following agencies provide ways for retirees to use their skills, whether it’s volunteering or working part-time.
Soar Management Consulting Group in Brookline
Senior managers provide free consulting to Boston-area nonprofit agencies.
Phone: 617-932-7022. Website: soarmcg.org
Old Colony Elder Services in Brockton
Wide variety of volunteer options for 55-plus citizens, including Meals on Wheels, money management, Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of Plymouth County.
Phone: 508-584-1561. Website: www.ocesma.org/volunteer
Jewish Vocational Service Inc. in Boston
Tutoring and mentoring.
Phone: 617-399-3218. Website: www.jvs-boston.org/volunteer
Wicked Cool for Kids in Stoneham
After-school and summer STEAM instruction.
Phone: 781-281-2180. Website: www.wickedcoolforkids.com
Massachusetts Teachers Retirement System
Volunteer and paid positions.
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