Even a part time job can go a long way to stretching limited resources. These agencies can help older and/or disabled individuals find employment.  Also, keep in mind that seasonal jobs (especially during the holidays) can sometimes turn into permanent ones.

AARP Foundation
Paid Training for Job Seekers Age 55+
2110 S. Cedar St
Lansing, MI 48910
(517) 492-5587

Capital Area Michigan Works

Clinton County
101 W. Cass St, Suite A
St. Johns, MI 48879

Eaton County
945 Reynolds Rd.
Charlotte, MI 48813
(517) 816-6980

Ingham County
2110 S. Cedar St
Lansing, MI 48910
(517) 492-5500

Michigan Works also provides intensive employment services for eligible veterans and spouses. They provide vocational counseling, education and training programs and job seeking assistance.

Housing Services Mid Michigan
Housing service Mid Michigan publishes a weekly Eaton county employment guide. It can be found at www.hsmidmichigan.org

Retired Senior Volunteer Program
(Some programs pay tax-exempt stipends to volunteers)
2400 Pattengill
Lansing, MI 48910
(517) 887-6116

(Provides job training opportunities to people with significant disabilities and other barriers to employment)
3510 Capital City Blvd
Lansing, MI 48906

2020 US Census Job Opportunities
The US Census has many good paying jobs available this year.
Learn more at www.2020CENSUS.gov
If you are a veteran, US Census Jobs may pay even more. Call 1-855-562-2020 for more information.

Michigan Employment Loan Fund provides low-interest loans to reduce or eliminate the barriers to employment. These loans can be used to buy equipment for self-employment or to work for an employer from home or a telework center. For more information call 1-800-828-2714 or visit www.michiganloanfunds.org/melf

Women’s Center of Greater Lansing offers a support group for women who are looking for work or want to change jobs or careers. It is facilitated by an HR professional and will focus in on the specific needs of the group members. For more information call (517) 372-9163.