Experienced Workers
Resources
Job Search Resources Volunteer Resources

Job Search Resources :

 

WorkSource: Washington State’s local employment offices that offer a wide range of job search resources, such as job postings, job search workshops, and job training resource information.

Seattle Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens, Age 55+ Employment Resource Center: An employment resource center for mature job seekers.

Mature Workers Alliance: A group of public and private organizations dedicated to empowering Puget Sound mature workers (age 50+) and the community to increase their productive and meaningful presence of age and experience in the workforce, including hosting an annual job fair in Seattle, WA.

AARP’s Job Seeker Resources: Job search assistance and resources for mature workers.

Seniors4Hire: An online Career Center for U.S. job seekers 50 and over to find job openings from businesses that value a diverse workforce and actively recruit and hire older workers, retirees and/or senior citizens.

Retirement Jobs: An online job search resource for mature job seekers. The website includes advice, articles, and other job search resources.

 

Volunteer Resources :

Senior Corps: A program of the Corporation for National and Community Service that connects those over 55 years old with the people and organizations that need them most.

Executive Service Corps: A nationwide network of nonprofit consulting groups dedicated to improving the quality of life in the communities they serve by providing a variety of high quality, affordable services to nonprofits, schools, and government agencies performed by volunteer consultants who have had senior level positions in business, government, and nonprofits.

The Next Chapter: An initiative that provides expertise and assistance to community groups across the country working to help people in the second half of life set a course, connect with peers, and find pathways to meaningful work and volunteer service.

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