You receive paid training, gain valuable skills and experience, and build self-confidence. You can use your skills and talents to improve your community by training in a wide variety of locations, including offices, hospitals, daycare centers, and other community organizations.
Want to know if you qualify? Answer the following questions:
If you answered “yes” to the above questions, you may be eligible for SCSEP.
Recently, SCSEP expanded it operations into 9 states and 20 local Goodwill organizations. Even if the Goodwill in your area is not currently involved with SCSEP, it may still offer services to help you find a job. Contact an employment specialist at the Goodwill near you to find out which of its services may be of benefit to you.
Goodwill® proudly participates in the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), a national employment and training program funded by the U.S. Department of Labor. A $20,971,372 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor provided 90 percent of the funding for Goodwill’s SCSEP programs in the program year 2018. Goodwills provided the remaining 10 percent through in-kind contributions worth $2,330,152.44.
Did you know that Goodwill has a paid on-the-job training program for seniors? If you are 55 or older, unemployed and want to learn new job skills, you may be eligible for SCSEP — the Senior Community Service Employment Program.
More information on the SCSEP program. (PDF, 1.7 MB)