Age is an asset; experience, a benefit. Are you seeking reliable, experienced candidates to help your business grow? We have the very best candidates to meet your needs! Are you 55 or better and would like to get back into the workforce? We can help!
National Able Network was originally founded as an advocacy and employment resource for mature workers in 1977. While we have expanded our programming to serve various job seekers, serving mature workers has remained core to our mission. National Able Network’s core programs for seniors include the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), and the Seniors Having Information For Tomorrow (SHIFT) Program. In Massachusetts we operate SCSEP as National Senior Network.
If you are 55 years of age or older, CLICK HERE to learn more about National Senior Network.
Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)
National Able Network provides assistance to approximately low-income 1,200 mature workers age 55 and older through our administration of the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP). National Able Network helps connect participants enrolled in the program to work-based training opportunities in their communities.
Need a spare set of hands? Learn how SCSEP can benefit your organization! CLICK HERE
Seniors Having Information For Tomorrow (SHIFT) Program
National Able Network’s SHIFT Program helps unemployed or retired low-income mature workers access our Job Readiness Training Program, community resources, and prepare for part-time or full-time employment.
CLICK HERE to download a SHIFT brochure.
The Senior Community Service Employment Program is funded by a U.S. Department of Labor Grant administered by National Able Network, Inc. We follow the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity in all aspects of employment, including recruitment and hiring, compensation, benefits, training, promotion, discipline, and all other terms and conditions of employment. It is the intent of Able to follow the letter and spirit of local, state, and federal laws governing Equal Employment Opportunity. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
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