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Jump Start Your Career and Attend a FREE Information Session

We help people get back to work!
Attend one of our FREE weekly Information Sessions and meet with a staff member.

WEDNESDAY @ 10:00 a.m. Information Session

Join us on Wednesdays @ 10:00 a.m. for a briefing session to learn about the many resources available to job seekers, the underemployed, in career transition or military veterans. Learn which resources are right for you. Talk to a program manager about potential sources of tuition assistance if training is the next step to develop your career.

NOTE: Though you can walk-in to our FREE Information Session on Wednesday we encourage you to preregister by telephone at 617.542.4180 or online.

This WEDNESDAY session is held at Operation ABLE, 174 Portland Street, 5th Floor, Boston; conveniently located near TD Garden and North Station.  Click here for directions.

FRIDAY SCSEP Information Session at 10:00 a.m. (Suffolk County)

Every Friday, Operation ABLE holds an Information Session in the Boston office to meet low-income job seekers 55 and Up located in and around SUFFOLK COUNTY.  During the meeting, ABLE's staff will share information about the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP).

This FRIDAY session is held at Operation ABLE, 174 Portland Street, 5th Floor, Boston; conveniently located near TD Garden and North Station.  Click here for directions.

NOTE: Though you can walk-in to our FREE Information Session on Friday we encourage you to preregister by telephone at 617.542.4180 or online.

For Massachusetts residents located in Essex, Middlesex, Norfolk and Worcester counties, as well as New Hampshire residents located in Hillsborough, Berlin and Coos counties, click here to find the ABLE SCSEP office nearest you.

SCSEP is a federal back-to-work program for income-eligible individuals age 55 and Up. It pays qualified participants a stipend for 20 hours of work per week at a community-based government agency or non-profit organization. Participants earn-while-they-learn leading to unsubsidized employment.

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