AARP/SCSEP Senior Employment Opportunities | KGOU
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  • JANUARY 18 - MARCH 1
  • AARP Foundation Office - Norman, OK, Norman
  • January 18, 2021 to
    March 1, 2021
  • Category: Miscellaneous

Event Details

  • January 18, 2021 to
    March 1, 2021
  • 6:00 am - 5:00 pm

Venue

  • AARP Foundation Office - Norman, OK
  • 623 N. Porter Suite 500
  • Norman, OK 73071
  • (402) 323-5448

Event Description

Attention seniors seeking employment!

The following is a Paid Training opportunity. The positions listed below may be available in your community:

>Office Clerk >Food Pantry Worker >Thrift Store Worker >Custodian >Receptionist >Day Care Worker

Program Eligibility Requirements:
Must be 55 or Older
Must Reside in the County in Which You are Applying
Must Meet Federal Poverty Income Guidelines & Provide Proof of Income
Must be Willing to Seek Permanent Full or Part Time Employment
Must be Unemployed

For more information, contact John Hockett
AARP Foundation Office in Norman, OK
402.323.5448 | jhockett@aarp.org

AARP Foundation’s Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) helps make connections between older adults looking to return to the workforce and employers. For more than 45 years, the program has provided Americans 55 and older with opportunities to fill entry-level and mid-level positions with employers in their community.

AARP Foundation SCSEP provides both community services and work-based training for participants. Individuals are placed in a wide variety of activities at non-profit and public facilities.

In addition to job and community service placement, AARP Foundation SCSEP provides participants with training and support services that are important for finding future employment, like Individual Employment Plan (IEP) development, specialized training, wages, annual physicals, assistance in securing future employment and access to local American Job Centers – formerly known as One-Stop Career Centers. AARP Foundation – SCSEP is a federally funded employment and training program. We assist job seekers age 55 and over who meet the federal income guidelines are unemployed and willing to look for work.

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