and meet 124% Federal Poverty
Guidelines. Participants may work 20 hours per week at the
minimum wage when placed in non-profit host agency, as slots
are available. They may also be placed in unsubsidized jobs
at various hours and salaries.
Experience Works, Inc. is
the founder and largest operator of the SCSEP. Often in conjunction
with the SCSEP, Experience Works, Inc. operates older-worker
training projects across the country. These projects involve
occupational skills, classroom, or on-the-job training.
Got/IT! Information technology
training program, in partnership with Microsoft and the U.S.
Department of Labor teaches new skills so that participants
may become more employable at higher wages
This e-commerce web
site creates a community on the Internet that provides older
individuals with a worldwide market for their unique handcrafted
begin in April leading up to Prime Time Awards in the fall.