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Mature Workforce Pipeline

Older adults bring great value the workforce. Lower turnover rates, higher employee engagement, and greater professionalism – a mature workforce contributes significantly to strengthening and vitalizing local and national economies.

NAPCA is partnering up with companies invested in building the economic security of older adults. Through a job pipeline, we collaboratively work with companies to ensure highly motivated and skilled mature workers, including those from our Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), are ready to enter the company’s labor force for permanent employment.

Through these partnerships, NAPCA is helping an aging population reenter the modern labor force, while providing our expertise to businesses to help them meet the demands of a changing economy.

Our Partnership with Companies Invested in a Mature Workforce

CVS Health is an innovative leader in the healthcare industry who is committed to the well-being of their customers and patients at all walks of their lives, including old age. Through our partnership, mature workers with a passion to serve others will have the opportunity to join the CVS Health team at one of the company’s many retail stores.

A household name, McDonald’s is one of the world’s largest foodservice retailers. Our partnership enables mature workers with excellent customer service skills and experience in food service to excel as a McDonald’s crew member.


We have more companies joining us for this job pipeline. If your company is interested in partnering with NAPCA and employing a mature workforce, feel free to reach out to us.



NAPCA Staff and SCSEP participants welcomed Tami Hutchins-Nunez, manager of Workforce Initiatives at CVS Health, at our Los Angeles office.
Everyone expressed excitement for this new partnership.


A Day at McDonald’s

On an early Saturday morning in October, NAPCA’s Joon Bang (CEO), Miriam Suen (SCSEP Regional Director I), and Frances Huynh (National Project Coordinator) joined the McDonald’s team at one of the company’s Los Angeles restaurants. From greeting customers to serving food and coffee to local residents, they experienced firsthand what it was like to work in the bustling food service environment.

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“This was a humbling experience that allowed us to understand what our participants would be experiencing once they enter the McDonald’s workforce.”

– Joon, CEO

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