The Center introduces regular or temporary jobs (e.g. property management, teaching, house helpers, etc) suitable for the elderly (the "silver" generation") who are able and would like to work, according to each person's interests and skills.
Classes are held in the computer rooms of local junior high schools. In addition to the course instructor, there will be junior high school students to sit beside older persons and assist them throughout the class.
From 2012 to 2013, with funding from the Ministry of Health and Welfare, private companies offered a training programme for older persons to become a guide for public forests and national parks. After acquiring the license issued by the Korea Forest Service, older persons could work as guides. Local senior clubs were the main link for older persons to these training and job opportunities.