Restoring dignity, pride and financial security to America’s seniors
Moving seniors to work!
What is the Senior Community Service Employment Program?
The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is a community service and work-based job training program for older Americans. Authorized by the Older Americans Act, the program provides training for low-income, unemployed seniors.
Hired on the Spot!
Catherine Talbert heard SCSEP would help her get a job. She soon landed an interview with Forsyth Assistant Living. The HR manager was so impressed, that she hired her on the spot.
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From Homeless and Hopeless to Hopeful!
Richie Haithcock, was a homeless 57 year-old ex-offender with low literacy. After just 2 months in SCSEP, the City of Winston-Salem Parks and Recreation Department hired him as an assistant in the Tennis Complex.
A Career Move!
Melanie Simpson, age 65 was enrolled in SCSEP for 6 months before she was hired by Byerly Shoaf and Company Real Estate as the office manager.
He's Working Now!
Walter Lindsay, age 64 was hired by the Host Agency where he was assigned. Family Service of Davidson County hired Walter as office assistant just 5 days before reaching his durational limit.
Do you want to learn more about the Senior Community Service Employment Program? Want to find out how you can support or become a program participant? Click the link below!