Today, many older Americans are looking for employment to help make ends meet. The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is the only federal program targeted to help older workers.
Each year, SCSEP enables thousands of low-income seniors to earn and learn while working in local programs serving their community. Two-thirds of the low-income older Americans participating in SCSEP are women, almost half are from a racial or ethnic minority, and almost a third are 65 years or older.
AGE IS AN ASSET. EXPERIENCE IS A BENEFIT.
The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is a paid employment-training program that helps mature workers transition into meaningful employment. SCSEP offers wages for participants while they gain valuable experience with partner community service agencies in supportive, real-work settings.
Through this employment training program, you will:
You will be placed at a non-profit organization that will assist with informal training. Work assignments may consist of: