This Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) web page is sponsored by The Charter Oak Group, LLC. From here, you can access the latest information on the SCSEP data collection system, the data collection forms, and related issues.
The link below will take you to COG’s forum site, which includes
two forums related to the SCSEP data collection system. The first
is an Ask the Experts forum, where you can post questions
and COG, in consultation with the USDOL Division of Older Worker
Programs (DOWP), will respond. The second is a moderated General
Discussion forum which allows participants to discuss topics
related to SCSEP data collection. While COG will monitor this forum
as a way of identifying technical assistance needs, COG is not responsible
for any information conveyed in the General Discussion
forum. Some topics discussed in the General Forum may be
used as the basis for Ask the Experts questions and responses.
All recorded SCSEP webinars can be accessed at https://olderworkers.workforce3one.org/find/Webinar%20Recording. Users can browse the list to find topics of interest, or they can do a keyword search using the search bar at the top of the page to narrow the field.
SCSEP Customer Satisfaction Surveys
Nationwide Survey Reports
Employer Survey Kit
Links to Other Organizations
Data Collection Forms Effective March 27, 2012
SCSEP Data Collection Handbook
You can download and print the complete Handbook by clicking on the link below. The Handbook is designed to be printed in landscape format, back-to-back, bound on the top, exactly as it appears. The first page of text for each Guide will be on the top when the Handbook is opened.
The Handbook files and forms require Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you have difficulty viewing these documents you can download a free copy from Adobe.
Quarterly Progress Report
SCSEP PY 2011 Minority Report
For technical assistance regarding the SCSEP Data Collection System, contact COG at:
COG will respond within 24 hours. Some e-mail questions and responses
will be posted (no authorship indicated) on the Ask the Experts