Partner with Experience Works
A Win-Win for Community Service Partners!
Public and nonprofit organizations benefit from an expanded workforce
that enables them to enhance their services and operations through
partnerships with the Experience Works Senior Community Service
Employment Program (SCSEP). Participants typically perform a variety of
tasks that would otherwise not be accomplished because of lack of
of participant assignments include performing clerical duties at
nonprofits, sorting donations at food banks, keeping parks clean and
assisting at recycling centers, preparing meals and recreation for older
individuals and youth, assisting in classrooms and libraries - and much
more. The Experience Works SCSEP pays the wages to participants
assigned to these agencies.
If your organization would like to partner with us, click here to contact a local Experience Works office
Bridges to Opportunity
Community Partner Highlights
The HabiJax ReStore, located in
Jacksonville, Fla., is owned and operated by Habitat for Humanity of
Jacksonville. HabiJax ReStore provides a variety of training experiences
for Senior Community Service Employment Program participants, who play
an important role in helping the ReStore fullfill its mission of
building homes, communities and hope. Read more stories.
The Village Market, located in
Portland, serves the New Columbia neighborhood. "Senior Community
Service Employment Program participants have the opportunity to be
involved in all aspects of what we do. They are really important members
of our team,” says Ryan Schoonover, Food Works program supervisor. Read more stories.