There are many reasons why individuals continue to work past the “traditional” retirement age or finding themselves in need of returning to the workforce. AZ Links site contains information to help mature workers (individuals 50+ years old) connect to employment, identify volunteer opportunities, and find education and training programs and services through a network of community resources.
Senior Community Service Employment Program
If you are 55+ years old, unemployed and need assistance in upgrading your skills to compete in today’s job market, the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) may be an option.
[email protected] Arizona Workforce Development is now called ARIZONA at WORK, the system unifies 12 regional areas and 47 local workforce offices throughout the state under the new name and identity. A public-private partnership, ARIZONA at WORK assists employers of all sizes and types in the recruitment, development and retention of qualified employees to meet diverse business needs. ARIZONA at WORK also provides job seekers with a variety of services and resources to aid in the pursuit of employment opportunities such as skills development, job search and other related supports. As part of the American Job Center Network, ARIZONA at WORK provides services, without cost, to employers and job seekers alike. ARIZONA at WORK serves communities around the state through a network of local offices, including: the City of Phoenix, the nineteen Tribal Nations, Northeastern and Southeastern Arizona as well as the following counties: Coconino, Maricopa, Mohave, La Paz, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz, Yavapai and Yuma.