Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)
Experience Works (866) 976-5939
The Ontario County Office for the Aging contracts with Experience Works to administer the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP). This program, funded under Title V of the Older Americans Act as well as state and local grants to help low income older adults find jobs.
The goal of SCSEP is to provide useful part-time community service assignments for persons with low-income who are 55 years of age and older while promoting the transition to unsubsidized employment.
The Senior Community Service Employment Program provides benefits to participants and to the broader community.
When an eligible person enrolls in the program, he/she earns a wage while learning necessary job skills and good work habits
When the trainee is placed in a community service agency, the community benefits from the expansion of services that agency can provide.
When a trainee leaves the program for employment off the program, others have an opportunity to join the Senior Community Service Employment Program.
Participants are paid minimum wage for an average of 20 hours per week. To apply for a SCSEP employment call Experience Works at (866) 976-5039
The Foster Grandparent Program (FCP) enrolls in-come eligible seniors aged 55 and older into service. Participants receive a small stipend for providing tutoring, mentoring and individualized attention to children. FCP services Ontario County, as well as Wayne, Yates, and Seneca Counties.
The Foster Grandparent Program is a program of Wayne County Actions Programs, Inc.
Ontario County Workforce Development Career Center Resource Room is a cooperative effort with partners in the Finger Lakes Works Workforce Development system in the four county Finger Lakes Region. We serve both job seekers and employees in programs supported by Title 1 of the workforce Investment Act.
Visit the Workforce Development website to learn more.