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An Updated Identity to Advance a Critical Mission
For nearly 60 years, Senior Service America has been delivering workforce readiness programs that empower job seekers, attract employers, and transform communities. The unprecedented impact of COVID-19 on our low-income, older workers has made our work even more critical.

Watch our President and CEO, Gary A. Officer, unveil our new brand identity and explain our role in bringing older, low-income job seekers into our Nation's economic recovery.
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SSAI Responds to COVID-19

Our low-income, older workforce will continue to face challenges long after the pandemic passes. SSAI is leading the way to address the post-COVID needs of older workers and their employers:

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The Economic Fallout from COVID-19

Spencer Overton, President of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, and Maya MacGuineas, President for a Responsible Federal Budget, join moderator John Donvan to discuss how small and minority-owned businesses have been impacted by COVID-19 and what the government stimulus can do to help during The Atlantic's Facebook live event COVID-19: The Economic Fallout.

Apr 7, 2020
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The Disproportionate Economic Impact of COVID-19

McKinsey & Company released a sobering report on the near-term economic impact of COVID-19 illustrating that the jobs experiencing the biggest negative impact typically pay low wages and have disproportionate concentrations of African-American and Hispanic workers.

Apr 3, 2020
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Two Percent is Not Enough

Only 2% of philanthropy dollars are allocated to organizations that support older adults. This percentage has remained stable for decades, even as the number of older Americans has continued to increase. Our President & CEO, Gary A. Officer, calls on the philanthropic sector to use the COVID-19 crisis as the impetus to alter their priorities and make a long-term commitment to the older members of our country, and to prepare for the days to come. 

Mar 25, 2020