... for helping MASST
In honor of Employ Older Workers Week (Sept. 19 - 25), SERRC - Alaska's Educational Resource Center -would like to thank the following agencies for participating as host sites and collaborative partners to ensure the success of the MASST (Mature Alaskans Seeking Skills Training) program. These agencies have provided work sites and job search and job development activities that enable seniors to learn new job skills, expand their work experience and ultimately secure either part-time or full-time employment.
SERRC is delighted to be able to offer such a dynamic program throughout Southeast Alaska.
Thank you to the State of Alaska Division of Vocational Rehabilitation; State of Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Division of Employment Security; Tlingit and Haida Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation; Tlingit and Haida TANF program; State of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Public Health and Division of Public Assistance; Alaska Commission on Aging; American Red Cross; Bartlett Regional Hospital; Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission; Federal Aviation Administration/Juneau AFSS; Holy Name Church, Ketchikan; Hoonah Senior Center; Hydaburg Cooperative Association; Juneau-Douglas City Museum; Rendezvous Senior Day Services Inc.; Southeast Alaska Guidance Association; State of Alaska Division of ITG; Catholic Community Services; and the University of Alaska Southeast, Ketchikan.
Carin Smolin, Juneau Adult Education Center program administrator
Lisa Bogert, MASST program coordinator
... for helping the elderly
I would like to give a big thank you to Alaska Marine Highway crews. They were very caring to an elderly woman with a bum leg. It was refreshing to meet nice people like them and it was wonderful to travel on the motor vessel Taku.
Elsie M. Hughes