News & Insights
Employment & Training for Mature Adults
The Brookings Institute recently published an analysis of employment and training policy. The analysis had two objectives: first to understand the nature of the problem and, secondly, to survey what we know and what we need to learn about effective job training that addresses these challenges.
Gary A. Officer joins WorkingNation Advisory Board
Gary A. Officer, President and CEO of SSAI, is joining the Advisory Board of WorkingNation. The mission of WorkingNation is to educate the public about the skills gap that is threatening to disrupt our economy.
SSAI Awarded $7.5 Million from DOI
Senior Service America, Inc. (SSAI) has been selected by the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) to administer its Experienced Services Program (ESP). ESP offers qualified job seekers temporary paid assignments to provide technical services supporting the National Park Service (NPS) and the nation’s 589 parks and NPS related areas.
SSAI Partners with CVS Health
SSAI and CVS Health have entered into an agreement to provide on-the-job training to low-income, older workers in New York City.
Considering Chicago’s Three Cities
Economic revitalization is a critical issue for cities across our Nation. SSAI, in its City Series, looks at how cities are pursuing revitalization, both with positive and negative consequences. We examine how their actions are impacting the changing nature of work and economic opportunity for low-income job seekers.
Women Over 50 Looking for a Job
Women over 50 face two major difficulties when looking for a job: ageism and sexism. However, there are some important steps in terms of skills, mind-frame, approach and attitude that can help them get the job they want. Learn more in our latest blog post.
Economic Stability for Our Veterans
This Veterans Day, we see a problem on the horizon that will affect many of our service members: the long-term unemployment of older military Veterans.