SCSEP is the largest federally-funded program for older adults who seek employment and training assistance, as well as civic engagement. Through this transitional employment program, Easterseals partners with community-based non-profit organizations and government agencies (host agencies) to provide participants with training opportunities to update their skills. During time in SCSEP, job seekers work with Easterseals staff to target and achieve personal employment goals
Learn more about the participant experience! Easterseals SCSEP offers individualized training and job placement services for older adults who want to work to stay active, supplement their income, and to contribute to their communities.
Finding the right employee can be a difficult task. Expand your search to include a previously underutilized pool of talnt — those age 55 or over. Easterseals can help you do just that by matching your needs with a dedicated worker who can get the job done!
SCSEP participants get work experience by completing a community service training assignment. There they gain marketable work experience and develop a supportive network that helps in the transition toward employment.
Goodwill Easterseals Gulf Coast (AL) l 251-300-6273
Goodwill Easterseals Miami Valley (OH) l 937-461-4800
Easterseals Central Alabama l 334-288-0240
Easterseals SCSEP Chicago l 773-433-3266
Easterseals New York l 212-943-4364
Easterseals New Jersey l 732-257-6662
Easterseals Oregon l 503-228-5100
Easterseals Goodwill Northern Rocky Mountain (UT) l 801-536-7016
Easterseals – AARP Foundation Arizona l 602-841-0403
Easterseals – AARP Foundation Oklahoma l 918-621-4480
If Easterseals SCSEP is not in your state, you may contact the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) for information on the office nearest you. The DOL toll free number is: 1-877-US2-JOB
Watch: Phyllis Found a Job at Easterseals Through SCSEP
Meet Phyllis Buchanan, an information and referral associate at Easterseals' national office.
Learn more about Phyllis
For more information about the Senior Community Service Employment Program and other information useful to job seekers, visit one of these Web sites: