New York City, Miami and Westchester County, USA.
"...skilled professionals 50+ working within their communities helping children learn, helping families manage the health care of their loved ones, helping fight poverty and adding to the capacity of government and nonprofits - making a profound impact."
Re-Serve partners with nonprofit organizations, public institutions and government agencies to give seniors (ReServists) employment opportunities.
The Re-Serve Program is useful for seniors who want to remain in the workforce but transfer their skills from the private sector to the nonprofit sector for social change.
Examples of employment positions for seniors include:
Marketing managers, social workers, artists, administrative assistants, HR professionals, financial analysts, administrative support, and positions in health care, banking, advertising, education and government.
Employment takes place in schools, social service agencies, cultural institutions, and public agencies.
Boomers can use their experience with ReServe to launch new careers in the nonprofit sector.
ReServe is supported by private and public grants and individual donations and seniors are paid a stipend by employers.
Several general employment areas are available to seniors including:
-Giving back and filling a gap
-Assisting with jobs that require specific skill sets
-Social impact Initiatives
-Assisting in solving social issues
-Assisting in the nonprofit sector
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