A4TD (Advancing Workforce Development for Mature Workers Since 1983)
Are you unemployed, age 55+ and looking for work?
- Associates for Training and Development (A4TD) administers the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), which helps mature people get back into the workforce by providing paid occupational skills and workplace experience training.
- Designed specifically for income-qualified workers age 55+, the purpose of the SCSEP is to provide training and skill-building opportunities to program participants while providing much needed community service to local non-profits and public agencies. Some examples of training sites include: hospitals, libraries, senior centers, schools, town clerks, museums and more. These agencies provide internship opportunities where program participants learn updated job skills. In addition to on-site training, each participant receives career assessments, technology skills updates, supportive services referrals, and career counseling.
If you are looking to train for available jobs, learn updated job search skills and connect with local employers, we can help.
For more information, please call our local SCSEP office at 585-500-8484.
Visit our website and apply online at Associates for Training and Development (A4TD).
Foster Grandparent Program
The Foster Grandparent Program (FCP) enrolls income 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. and may be reached by telephone at: 315-665-0131.
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 webpage to learn more.