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Corporate Office:
2279 Romig Road
Akron, OH 44320
Phone: 330-253-4597
TF: (800) 554-5335
TTD: (330) 996-7683
Fax: (330) 762-5571

Employment & Training Solutions

This division provides community-based services to train, motivate and empower mature job-seekers while maintaining an active partnership with employers leading to increased opportunities for mature workers. Find an office in your area.

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Senior Community Service
Employment Program (SCSEP)
Funded by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)

SCSEP provides paid work experience at non-profit and
governmental agencies to low-income individuals age 55 plus.
Our program participants find experience and success working
part-time at any one of our host agencies all over the state.

Job seekers, please fill out the online registration form to
be contacted by a representative regarding SCSEP.

How is SCSEP working out?

Participants in this program talk about
their experiences so far.

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I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your kindness, consideration and support you have given me during Job Club these past few weeks.

For me it's much more than learning to write a resume, filling out an application properly, interviewing techniques and networking. It's more about forgiving yourself and former employers, being more respectful of yourself and others. I learned to care more about people and that I'm not perfect. Who is? I struggle with confidence but I'm working on it. I met some friends for life. And you are one of them.

Respectfully, Suzann

Job Training Programs
Funded by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)

The Job Club is an intensive job seeking course covering such topics as: goal setting, resume development, interviewing, networking, cold calling and targeting unadvertised jobs. The job club service is followed up with individual employment counseling and case management.

Mature Workers' Job & Career Fairs

We have operated job fairs in Cleveland and Akron. The benefits are good publicity, recruitment for our programs, and development of new partnerships with employers. Job seekers get the opportunity to meet with companies that are there specifically to hire an experienced older worker.