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Our President & CEO, Gary A. Officer, calls on individuals, employers, and our society as a whole to create workplaces where every person is valued and respected. Read his full statement about generating the innovative, fundamental, and systemic changes that create pathways to economic opportunities for all Americans.
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Requests for Proposals

A listing of current funding opportunities with the Center for Workforce Inclusion. The Center is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that helps low-income and other disadvantaged older adults find productive and meaningful work.

Careers

A listing of current employment opportunities with the Center for Workforce Inclusion, including positions in the Forest Service Agriculture Conservation Experienced Program (FS-ACES), Natural Resources Conservation Service Agriculture Conservation Experienced Program (CS-ACES), and Senior Environmental Employment Program (SEE).

Past, Present & Future

The Center for Workforce Inclusion is one of America’s oldest and largest non-profits delivering employment programs to traditionally underserved job seekers. Our past experience not only prepares us for what we do today but shows us the value of having a strategic, dynamic plan for the future.

Resources

SSAI lists some external resources that can be of use to our partners, colleagues, and anyone interested in workforce development. Senior Service America, Inc. (SSAI) is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that helps low-income and other disadvantaged older adults find productive and meaningful work.

Our Programs

The Center for Workforce Inclusion's programs empower older workers and assist cities and employers, creating a wide-ranging positive economic impact. Serving all eligible low-income older Americans, The Center offers specialized support for Veterans, women, and workers who were formerly incarcerated, all of whom have been traditionally underserved by workforce programs.