Impactful, Effective Programs

Connecting Talent

Most workforce development programs targeting older job seekers only provide job search assistance. The Center for Workforce Inclusion provides a full range of services from skill assessment and training to post-placement mentoring. This level of support ensures that our participants are able to obtain and retain meaningful employment.

Innovative Workforce Development Solutions

CWI Labs

CWI Labs, formerly SSA Community Partners, is an affiliated nonprofit innovation lab. We create new approaches, advance best practices, and tackle the challenge of bringing underserved job seekers back into our workforce.

Partnering for Success

Doing Great Things Together

When an employer has an employee that is well trained and well equipped to do a great job, the business thrives and so does the community. Together, The Center for Workforce Inclusion and our partner organizations work every day to connect older, low-income job seekers with employers.

Learn More About Our Partners
$45,296,975
U.S. Department of Labor grant to train and employ older workers nationwide
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$3,675,440
National Resources Conservation Service grant to train and employ older workers in conservation
$375,000
NextFifty Initiative grant in partnership with DenverWorks to provide job training and placement to older returning citizens