Addressing a Great Need

An Economic Imperative

Our nation’s economy is dependent on how we train, engage, and retain older workers as employees. Unfortunately, there are few programs preparing older Americans for the jobs of the future. As the economy recovers from COVID and the job market starts to accelerate, an experienced, talented pool of workers may remain on the sidelines.

The Center for Workforce Inclusion bridges the gap by training older Americans in essential skills rather than merely providing job search assistance. We engage with employers and local partners to unleash the potential of older workers, especially the underserved groups of low-income women, our nation’s proud veterans, and returning citizens.

of all workers will be 55+ by 2028
Building Strong Connections

Our Partnerships

Workforce Partners

The Center can help our partners connect with our network of job seekers, reach specific communities, build programming, and create custom partnerships aligned with their organization’s goals.

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Federal Partners

The Center for Workforce Inclusion (Center) partners with Federal agencies on workforce development, recruitment, and placement.

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Local Partners

The Center partners with community-based organizations to increase their ability to deliver workforce development solutions, support economic development efforts, and expand social impact across the country.

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Join with the Center and support our goal of a vibrant, diverse, and productive American workforce where every American has the ability to engage in an honest days’ work.

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The aging population represents the most profound change that is guaranteed to come to high-income countries everywhere and most low- and middle-income ones as well.

Joseph Coughlin, Founder of the MIT Age Lab
Reinventing Workforce Development

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