About Employment Services
Interfaith Older Adult Programs brings wisdom to the workplace by helping older workers secure jobs that provide long term self-sufficiency in positions that meet the person’s interests, aptitudes, values and stated economic needs. We offer mature workers age 55+ a user-friendly environment where they can obtain resource materials, have resumes critiqued, have access to workshops, educational programs, computers, the Internet, resource partners in the community and potential employers. Our specialized services include job skill training, resume, interview and job search assistance; and on the job training placement opportunities for eligible individuals.
Interfaith sponsors several programs that help mature workers find employment. Read through the program
descriptions below to identify which programs might be able to help.
The employment services program is located at our Central office at 600 W. Virginia Street, on the near south side of Milwaukee and at the Mature Worker's Resource Center in the Washington Park Senior Center at 4420 W. Vliet Street. Please call 414-291-7500 and ask for the Employment Services Intake Assistant to see if you qualify for employment services.
Interfaith Older Adult Programs' employment programs are funded through many resources. Many of those funders have specific requirements regarding residency, age, education, finances and other criteria. To access our free services, you will be required to provide proof of residency and age, and be asked other pre-screening questions to determine if you qualify for our services.
No Program Fees
Interfaith Employment Services program receives financial support
from the Milwaukee County Department on Aging, the United Way of
Greater Milwaukee, the State of Wisconsin Vocational Bureau on Aging
and Long Term Care Resources, and the Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Act. Program participants
are not assessed fees, and there are no costs to employers using our