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At the American Indian Center of Arkansas, our mission is to empower the native community and others through our Employment and Training programs under WIOA, WORC, and SCSEP.  We are committed to providing comprehensive support to participants, equipping them with the education, training, and credentials necessary for a successful career trajectory.  


We recognize that some participants face additional barriers, such as incarceration records or a history of substance abuse. Through tailored assistance and specialized programs, we ensure that all individuals, regardless of their background, receive the support they need to thrive.


Our SCSEP program extends beyond Native American communities, catering to individuals over the age of 55, offering them opportunities to re-enter the workforce with renewed confidence and upgraded skills. We believe in meeting our participants where they are and guiding them toward fulfilling career paths.


With our dedication to individualized support and skill development, we pave the way for our participants to achieve their career aspirations and contribute meaningfully to their communities. At the American Indian Center of Arkansas, we help participants reach their full potential, because everyone deserves a chance to succeed.



WIOA (Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act) and WORC (Workforce Opportunities in Rural Communities) are Department of Labor initiatives providing employment and training services to improve workforce skills, promote economic growth, and enhance opportunities for job seekers, particularly in rural areas.


SCSEP (Senior Community Service Employment Program) is a Department of Labor initiative offering job training and placement services to individuals aged 55 and older, helping them re-enter the workforce with updated skills and confidence. It focuses on community service assignments, empowering seniors to contribute to their communities while gaining valuable work experience.

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