We Take

'Your Path to Employment'


All services conducted remotely, including distance learning, coaching, and wrap-around services.

Class Enrollment Open Now.

Remote and virtual training has commenced on a modified basis, with ongoing daily expansion. Check back for updates.

The venues have changed, the resolve of OUR TEAM has not. Remote Support and Virtual Training are now in place for our clients.

Remote Ready Team

Program Managers, Job Coaches, Job Developer

Operation ABLE Remote Ready Team

On-Demand Info Session

Your Path to Employment just a video away

Operation ABLE on-demand info session

SNAP Outreach Coordinator

Enrollment or qualification questions?

SNAP Outreach Coordinator


NEW! Introducing Operation ABLE's FREE Remote Employee Skills Training. Available to Massachusetts residents 55 and up. The next class starts 5/2/2022.

If you are a resident of Massachusetts, over the age of 55, and interested in working remotely, you may be eligible for this exciting new skills training program. Click on the button below to learn more.

Remote Worker Skills Training


ABLE Job Readiness Computer Skills Training and Coaching

ABLE Beginnings

Basic computer and job search skills
Instructor-Led 6-week program

Next Class Starts 2/28/22

ABLE Beginnings


Intermediate & advanced MS Office
Instructor-Led 12-week program

Next Class Starts 4/25/22

Skills2Work Training at Operation ABLE

Medical Office Training

Train for healthcare field
Instructor-Led 12-week program

Next Class Starts 4/25/22

Medical Office Training Skills through Operation ABLE

Remote Employee Skills Training Program

Virtual Skills Training for 55 Years & Older

Next Class Starts
MAY 2, 2022

Remote Worker Skills Training

Computer Skills & Job Search Refresher Classes

MS Office, LinkedIn, Resume

MS Word 2/14/22
MS PowerPoint 3/21/22

Computer Skills Refresher Classes with Operation ABLE

Job Search Coaching and Counseling

Resume Writing & Job Search

Available to former students

Job Coach and Job Search

Job Seeker 55 Years Old & Up Looking for Employment

Senior Community Service Employment Program

SCSEP, Administered by Operation ABLE

SCSEP 55 and older job seeker

* The Senior Community Service Employment Program is a U.S. Department of Labor equal opportunity employer/program administered by Operation ABLE and the Executive Office of Elder Affairs. SCSEP Participants must meet Federal low-income guidelines. They will be paid for training in their own community for up to 20 hours a week, get help searching for a job, and gain new work experience, which can lead to unsubsidized employment.

Operation ABLE is compliant with P.L. 116-94, Division A, Title V 505.


NEW! Express Grant Program

Incumant Worker Training: Express Grant

Incumbent Worker Training Program

The Express Program provides employers grant-funded training, helping businesses in Massachusetts respond to emerging needs. The Express Program is designed to help businesses respond quickly to change and keep employees engaged.

Become a SCSEP Host Agency

Senior Community Service Employment Program

SCSEP is a federally funded, work-based job training program. We match the skills, experience, and needs of 55 & older participant job seekers with your staffing needs and mission. Through SCSEP, Operation ABLE guides and supports these job trainees toward their Path to Employment.

UpSkill & ReSkill Workforce Training

SBDAP Incumbent Worker Skills Training

Incumbent Worker Training Program

Tailored Computer Skills Courses for Employees include Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook and Google Workspace*: Docs, Sheets and Slides.

Enrollment Open Now

*Google Workspace, formally Google Suite, aka G-Suite, branding and introduction announced 10/2020.

Support our work

We are a non-profit organization, and your (tax-deductible) contributions support our important work.

Testimonials from Students, Employer Clients and ABLE Staff


Operation Able has been a true partner and resource for KNF&T. The work they do with their students to prepare them to re-enter the workforce, and to network for them is truly a necessity. KNF&T in particular has been the beneficiary of many smart, dedicated and professional employees, and we are thrilled to hear that Operation Able has been able to continue this work through the current health crisis. - Beth Cabrera, Senior Managing Director, KNF&T Staffing Resources.

Operation ABLE’s greatest strength is its steadfast commitment to those who are seeking training and employment through any economic environment. By placing the job seeker first and foremost, Operation ABLE is, and will always be, a resource to those individuals in need of a career assistance as a purpose for its existence as an organization. Operation ABLE is built to help those in challenging circumstances, and takes those challenges as part of its own mission. - Chad Cotter, Director, Talent Acquisition, Boston Medical Center

Without the help of the Operation ABLE’s Medical Office Training program, I’m convinced my job prospects would be dim. Participating in the program has helped me regain my confidence, and makes me feel that I want to set out and try again to be employed. - Irene G. Student, Graduate of ABLE's Medical Office Training Program.

The staff at Boston Asian YES just completed the Microsoft Word, Levels 1,2 & 3 training and it was awesome!  Our brains are exhausted, but so much more brilliant thanks to Paul Piket. He is amazing. We cannot thank him enough. - Boston Asian: Youth Essential Service, UpSkill Employer Training.

Teaching remotely is a new experience for me. As part of yesterday’s class. I had a PowerPoint presentation about HIPAAA, an important subject in a Medical Office Training class. I had recently learned from one of my colleagues that PowerPoint has a Present Online feature (sometimes called Broadcasting). I set it up in PowerPoint – and emailed the link to all of my students. By clicking on the link, they were able to open a web browser and see the presentation. By telephone conferencing I was able to narrate the lesson as I ran the PowerPoint, just as if I were in the classroom. The lecture went well, and feedback was very positive! - Paul Piket, Operation ABLE Program Instructor, Boston, MA

I cannot say enough about the staff and programs at Operation ABLE. I was in a very dark place, but the help and support I received brought me back into the light. - Darneese Carnes, Duck Boat Driver at Boston Duck Tours

I learned the basics and got over my fears of the computer here. The staff here care about their students. - Charles K., Skills2Work Program Graduate

The entire Operation ABLE staff has been working tirelessly since we announced our office closure on March 16th. Our program Instructors have been communicating regularly with their students, both to share plans for continuing with classroom training as well as assist with any constraints. The Program Instructors have also worked closely with our IT and Marketing teams through the last two weekends, researching and evaluating several different remote conferencing platforms. - Mark Gyurina, Chief Program Officer, Operation ABLE, Boston, MA

ABLE graduates are well prepared and motivated. I find that ABLE grads are proud of what they have learned and eager to put their training to work, and open to learning more. - Steven Taranto, Director of Human Resources, Mass General Hospital

Operation ABLE has been a great company to train our employees. Their trainers are experts and have great warmth - receiving high praise from our employees. - Lisa M. Lurie, HR Manager, Berkshire Manufactured Products, Inc., Newburyport MA

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