The Caregiving Crisis
Christian González-Rivera, Director of Strategic Policy Initiative at the Brookdale Center for Healthy Aging examines the long-lasting impact of caregiving on a woman's economic security as part of the Center for Workforce Inclusion's coverage of National Employ an Older Worker Week 2021.
Investing in Ourselves
Our board member, Angela S. Beddoe, sits down with Asahi Pompey and Tonya Veasey to discuss the obstacles facing older Black women as they reenter the labor market and pursue meaningful, sustainable opportunities. They will highlight some of the innovative workforce and policy solutions that Black women across the public, private, and philanthropic sectors are pursuing to not only reverse the current situation but to create lasting change.
Data Entry Clerk – Hadley, MA
The Center for Workforce Inclusion is recruiting a Data Entry Clerk position within the Experienced Services Program (ESP) which provides support to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) in Hadley, MA. Successful candidates must meet the age criteria of being 55 years of age or older and eligible to work in the United States. Selected candidates will also be required to undergo a federal security background check. FWS ESP positions provide temporary, project-based support.
Equal Opportunity to Achieve the American Dream (video)
Our President & CEO, Gary A. Officer, sat down with Joseph Kenner, President & CEO of Greyston, to discuss equitable opportunity, economic mobility, and Greyston’s innovative Open Hiring® program.
Clint Odom has joined the Board of Directors at the Center for Workforce Inclusion. Mr. Odom currently serves as the Vice President for Policy & Advocacy at T-Mobile. Previously, Odom led policy and advocacy for the National Urban League while simultaneously serving as Executive Director of their Washington Bureau.