This study investigated elderly workers in children's culture and education institutes aiming to develop the psychological capital (PsyCap) learning intervention program, and to explore the effects of this program with research experiment. This research adopted nonequivalent pretest-posttest design, where 60 elderly workers in children's culture and education institutes were randomly selected as subjects for test. Thirty of them took the PsyCap learning intervention program, while the other half took the health management curriculum. All the measurement data resulting from the four scales, PsyCap, organizational commitment, job satisfaction, and job performance, were collected for statistical analysis. The research results indicated that the intervention program significantly enhanced the elderly workers' PsyCap, organizational commitment, job satisfaction, and job performance. Suggested future researches and improvement for elderly workers' intervention program in children's culture and education institutes were also mentioned in this research.