SCSEP grantees across the nation are hard at work finding new and creative ways to serve their population of older workers in a difficult environment.

This blog post shares some of the recent media spotlight shining on SCSEP grantees working hard to deliver services in their communities.

Forbes Magazine has published an excellent primer on the SCSEP program, and highlights some individual and grantee success stories:
How Older, Low-Income Adults Can Get Skills and Jobs

Chattanooga Goodwill Industries is serving Tennessee seniors and introducing training from home, including video:

https://newschannel9.com/this-n-that/recently-on-tnt/senior-community-service-employment-program-01-11-2021

The state of Tennessee is using SCSEP grants to connect out-of-work seniors with gainful employment:
https://www.newschannel5.com/rebound/older-job-seekers-find-experience-education-may-not-be-enough-in-pandemic

The state of Kansas helped participant Janie Lang bridge the gap between employment opportunities:
https://www.kwch.com/2020/10/21/building-you-program-helps-unemployed-kansans-55-and-older/

The Winston-Salem Urban League helps participants to connect other older workers to training through the SCSEP program:
https://www.elkintribune.com/top-stories/31377/program-helps-unemployed-seniors