The Jewish Council for the Aging of Greater Washington was awarded a grant of $714,063 from Senior Service America, Inc. to continue its work in providing temporary employment to low-income older adults living in Montgomery and Frederick counties. The money, originally from the U.S. Department of Labor, was awarded to JCA’s Senior Community Service EmploymentContinue reading JCA Receives $714K Grant
Month: January 2017
Looking to get back into the workforce? You are not alone. Check out JCA’s Senior Resources Guide, “Older Workers are here to stay,” for help, encouragement and answers. Click here to view the guide.Continue reading JCA’s latest senior resources guide is out!
JCA’s Connect-A-Ride, Escorted Transportation and 50+Employment Expos were chosen by AARP as three reasons why Montgomery County is such a great age-friendly place. According to AARP, more than one-quarter of the county’s residents will be at least 60 years age by the year 2030. Between 2010 and 2040, the county’s senior population is expected to grow byContinue reading AARP Praises 3 JCA Programs