The Center for Workforce Inclusion is one of America’s oldest and largest non-profits delivering employment programs to traditionally underserved job seekers. Since 1962, the Center has delivered job training, education assistance, and support to low-income, older workers as they pursue meaningful economic opportunities.
Bridging the Gap
By 2024, 25% of workers in the US will be 55 or older. Yet, only 5% of corporate and workforce development grants go to workforce development for the 50+ community. The Center is bridging that gap. We connect low-income women, Veterans, workers with records, and others age 50+ with employers who value a productive, diverse workplace.
We have assessed the future of the American workforce and created a strategic vision on how best to prepare the growing segment of older workers for the next century. Our goals include expanding to all 50 states, becoming known as the national leader in the 50+ workforce space, and creating platforms that generate 50% of our income from non-federal sources.