SSAI Delivers WIN-WIN-WIN Solutions
SSAI programs empower older workers and assist cities and employers, creating a wide-ranging positive economic impact. While our programs exist to serve eligible low-income older Americans, SSAI’s programs serve Veterans, women, and ex-offenders, all of whom have been traditionally underserved by workforce programs.
SCSEP is the only federally-funded program specifically targeted to older adults seeking employment and training assistance. SCSEP enables thousands of low-income seniors each year to learn and earn while working in local programs serving their community.
The Senior Environmental Employment (SEE) Program provides opportunities for workers at least 55 years old to assist the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on federal, state, and local environmental projects, including pollution prevention, abatement, and control.
The Forest Service Agriculture Conservation Experienced Services (FS-ACES) Program in partnership with SSAI offers individuals 55 and older temporary paid assignments to provide technical services in support of the Forest Service related programs of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
The Natural Resources Conservation Service – Agriculture Conservation Experienced Services Program (NRCS-ACES)
The Natural Resources Conservation Service Agriculture Conservation Experienced Services (NRCS-ACES) Program offers individuals 55 and older temporary paid assignments to provide technical services in support of the conservation-related programs of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
SSAI, during its nearly 60-year history, has gained specific expertise working with older former offenders and their employers. With 10,000 potential job candidates re-entering the workforce every week, SSAI realizes that reintegration is a key factor in the future of economic development in the U.S. Therefore, through our new organizations, SSA Community Partners, we launched our Back to Business Initiative to develop workforce training, placement, and support programs that successfully reintegrate returning citizens into their communities.