Humane Society helps older adults get jobs

Are you 55 or older and looking for meaningful work on a small fixed income, and love animals? The Humane Society of Adams County has formed a partnership with Mature Services, Inc., of Hillsboro, to help train eligible adults to work at the Animal Shelter in West Union.

Mature Services, Inc., has been serving communities in Ohio for 40 years. The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is a transitional program to assist older adults returning to the workforce. Individuals who meet the organization’s qualifications for placement are paid a wage through Mature Services while working at one of the group’s many partner host sites.

The Humane Society of Adams County recently joined the list of non-profits eligible to train employees through Mature Services. If you are interested in learning more about this partnership with the Humane Society of Adams County through the Mature Services organization, please contact Sally Orlando at Mature Services by calling 937-840-0055. A new, rewarding career with animals may be on your horizon.

The Humane Society of Adams County has formed a partnership with Mature Services, Inc., of Hillsboro, to help train eligible adults to work at the Animal Shelter in West Union.
http://www.peoplesdefender.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_ManWithCat.jpgThe Humane Society of Adams County has formed a partnership with Mature Services, Inc., of Hillsboro, to help train eligible adults to work at the Animal Shelter in West Union.

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