Jobs & Volunteering Resources
American Association of Retired Persons
The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) provides resources and assistance programs available for workers over the age of 55.
Help a struggling child learn to read. Deliver groceries to an elderly neighbor. Support a family impacted by natural disaster. These are just a few of the service opportunities available to you through AmeriCorps Seniors.
Library Volunteer Opportunities
There are various volunteer opportunities available at the Mt. Lebanon Public Library.
Reboot You is designed to help people reinvent themselves, by offering resources, examples, stories, inspiration and information to help you make a transition to your next career.
Retired Brains is a job and information source for retirees and people planning their retirement.
Seniors for Hire
Seniors for Hire is a great job site for job-seekers age 50 and older. It is where you can search the job bank and company profiles of employers and apply directly to job postings of interest. The site also includes targeted career resources and articles for older workers and is a free website for job-seekers.
Senior Corps is a program of the Corporation for National and Community Service, an independent federal agency created to connect Americans of all ages and backgrounds with opportunities to give back to their communities and their nation. Includes Foster Grandparents, Senior Companion, and RSVP programs.
Senior Service America
Senior Service America is a non-profit organization that provides civic engagement and employment opportunities for adults over the age of 55 who wish to re-enter the workforce.
Spend your retirement learning and volunteering abroad. Begin by visiting the United Planet website for more information.
All jobs on Workforce 50 are placed by employers specifically interested in staffing from the over 50 workforce. Our employment and education resources cater to mature workers searching for employment, in transition or approaching retirement.