Farmington, Maine (February 2016) – National Able Network, Inc., one of the nation’s leading workforce development nonprofit organizations, helps individuals ages 55 and better reenter the workforce through a best kept secret: the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP).
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National Able Network is currently enrolling local seniors in Franklin County who are interested in updating their skills and entering the workforce! If you are age 55 or better and looking to gain paid work experience in your community, please contact National Able Network at 207-385-2500, or call toll-free at 855-994-8300.
SCSEP is the only federally-funded program specifically dedicated to serving unemployed, low-income seniors throughout the country by providing part-time, paid community service positions and work-based training at other local nonprofits.

About National Able Network

At National Able Network, our mission is to help make careers happen. Each client receives personalized career supports that integrate career coaching, specialized training, and direct connections to the job market. Our programs are designed to assist job seekers from all backgrounds, including the unemployed, career changers, military veterans, seniors, and aspiring IT professionals. Each year, National Able Network provides service to nearly 70,000 individuals in Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire.
The Senior Community Service Employment Program is funded by a U.S. Department of Labor Grant administered by National Able Network, Inc. We follow the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity in all aspects of employment, including recruitment and hiring, compensation, benefits, training, promotion, discipline, and all other terms and conditions of employment. It is the intent of Able to follow the letter and spirit of local, state, and federal laws governing Equal Employment Opportunity. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities  
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