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Finding a job can challenging for the mature worker. We believe that older workers provide a valuable resource to the needs of a 21st century workforce.

The Senior Employment program, also called the Title V Program, provides high quality job training and employment assistance for job seekers aged 55 and older who are income eligible.

Region IV Area Agency on Aging sponsors the Title V Program in Berrien, Cass and Van Buren Counties, providing for the support and on-the-job training placement of individuals 55 years of age and older. Participants receive on the job training skills while working, allowing them to be more competitive in their search for unsubsidized employment. For more information on the employment program or to apply for participation, call 269-408-4304


Job Club

The Area Agency on Aging offeres Job Club Workshops that provide help and practice in topics such as resume writing, networking, electronic applications, and interviewing skills. If you are preparing to re-enter the workforce, these workshops are for you. The workshops are free and open to anyone but focus especially on low-income seniors (age 50+) and adults with disabilities in Berrien, Cass, and Van Buren Counties. For more information or to learn about the next schedule Job Culb session, call 800-654-2810.


SeniorNet provides education and access to computsenior computerer technology and the Internet for people ages 50 and up. If you are looking for some help to learn new or enhance existing computer skills, you have found the right place. Welcome. Come on in and make yourself at home.

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 The Area Agency on Aging is committed to supporting seniors and adults with disabilities, and their caregivers and families.  For more information about the Agency and ways to support its mission of Offering Choices for Independent Lives, visit our Fund Development page or call us at 269-983-0177 or toll-free at 800-442-2803.