Tuesday, September 16, 2014  
Do you agree with the Baltimore Raven’s decision to cut Ray Rice?

 
Breaking News Alerts
Email Alerts
Email Address
Text Alerts
Mobile Number
 )  - 
Mobile Provider
standard messaging rates apply
Search By Keyword
Website       


 

Older Worker Opportunities Now Available in Roseau County

Older residents of Roseau County who are having difficulty finding a job have a local resource that might be able to help.
The Experience Works Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), a nonprofit organization operating in Minnesota, provides paid community service assignments at local public and non-profit organizations, training, referral to needed services, and job search assistance for eligible individuals. With updated skills, participants use their community service training as a springboard to permanent jobs with local employers.
The Experience Works SCSEP is currently accepting applications. Program applicants must be age 55 or older, unemployed, live in Roseau County, and have incomes of $14,588 per year or less for a family of one ($19,663 forfamily of two).
“In this difficult economy, many older Minnesotans are finding it necessary to find work,” says Teri Stepaniak, Minnesota state manager for Experience Works. “Unfortunately, finding a job can be especially difficult for older workers who have not looked for employment for some time or for those who been unsuccessful in their job hunt. Our program is a stepping stone for people desperate for work. We can provide immediate assistance and wages, for those who qualify for the SCSEP.”
Sponsored by Experience Works, SCSEP is available at no cost to people who meet eligibility criteria. For more information call toll-free 1-855-270-9660 and/or 218-998-3161 or visit www.experienceworks.org.
Advertisers
click ad below for details
  • Show All Ads