Enhancing Economic Opportunities for Older Workers: An educational program for adults aged 50-70 years
Now registering for workshops
Community Collaborations Available
OSSCO is seeking community collaborators in the GTA to share information about our educational program with their clients. We are looking for older adults who may be interested in gaining more knowledge and give them new insight. Should an agency have 20 or more interested adults for a specific workshop, that workshop may be delivered at the agency site.
Contact Caron Leid, Educational Program Assistant by email: email@example.com for collaboration opportunities and group presentations.
Educational Workshop Participation
These toolkits are offered free of charge to older workers who are unemployed between the ages of 50 – 70. These programs are not intended to replace existing funded programs. Instead, they provide targeted additional learning opportunities for this age group.
To register for one of the toolkits, contact Caron Leid, Educational Program Assistant by
To participate, you must be:
There are no guarantees! We make no promises except….you will be better informed after you complete a toolkit workshop.
|Ontario Society of Senior Citizens Organizations|
|We know older adults and seniors. That’s all we do.|
|Ontario Trillium Foundation provided support for this educational program for older workers 50 - 70|
Employment Engagement Opportunities
Ontario Society of Senior Citizen Organization are looking for participants aged 50-70 to assist us in our Enhancing Economic Opportunties for Older Workers pilot project supported by Ontario Trillium Foundation.
As this is a pilot project, we require 200 participants to fill the 4 streams identified.
Space is limited
Contact Jamie Soo
Educational Program Assistant
Ontario Society of Senior Citizens’ Organizations /La Société des Organisations des Citoyens Aînés de l’Ontario (OSSCO/SOCAO)
OSSCO/SOCAO is a provincially registered charity. Our tag line "Seniors transforming Ontario through wisdom, insight and experience" reflects our mission and membership.
Founded in 1986, our goal is to improve the quality of life for Ontario seniors through educational programs, research and public policy awareness. Member organizations and individuals represent senior citizen networks, alliances, groups as well as the non-profit, government and private sector organizations who support the diverse and multicultural seniors community.