Employment services for those 55+ and older (Juneau/southeast)

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SERRC hosts the Mature Alaskans Seeking Skills Training (MASST) Program, committed to empowering individuals aged 55 and older by providing them with valuable work experience, training, and educational opportunities. The MASST program is aimed at assisting this demographic in re-entering the workforce and enhancing their skill sets. To achieve this, we are reaching out to potential host sites, and we are seeking assistance in recruiting participants for our program.

We are looking to partner with non-profit or government agencies. By collaborating with us, you can make a significant impact in your community while contributing to the economic well-being of individuals who may require additional support to return to the workforce. Our program offers a unique opportunity for both host sites and participants.

For Host Sites: Our program offers host sites the chance to play a vital role in supporting older adults in their journey towards employment. We are able to subsidize community service hours for the participants you host, allowing them to gain work experience while contributing to your organization's mission. This partnership can help you expand your reach and provide valuable opportunities for individuals who may not have had access to your programs otherwise.

For Participants: We are actively seeking individuals aged 55 and older who are interested in gaining work experience, training, and education to re-enter the workforce or enhance their existing skills. By referring potential participants to our program, you can make a significant impact on their lives.

If you are interested in partnering with us or can assist us in any way, we would greatly appreciate the opportunity to discuss this further.
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