Who are the older workers helped by the Center?

Older Americans, typically age 50 and older, face unique employment challenges, but the Center for Workforce Inclusion understands the value they bring to employers. Older Americans bring experience, emotional intelligence, and generational diversity to the workplace. They are reliable, loyal, and mature. With dedication and the support of the Center, older workers can find economic opportunity.

identify as female
identify as a person of color
live below 125% of the poverty line and earn less than $17,000 per year
are veterans or qualified spouses of veterans
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Job Training & Placement Programs

The Center for Workforce Inclusion has a number of valuable training and placement opportunities available to older workers.

Learn more about our services and find the right program for you.