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SNAP E&T In Action: Self-Sufficiency

SNAP E&T Success Stories is a four-part series that highlights successful outcomes from SNAP E&T program participants. This video features participants who are working toward economic self-sufficiency through the SNAP E&T program. For more information about SNAP E&T, visit www.fns.usda.gov.

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Final Rulemaking: Requirements for Able-Bodied Bodied Adults Without Dependents Webinar for States

Final Rulemaking: Requirements for Able-Bodied Bodied Adults Without Dependents Webinar for States – December 18, 2019

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Using USDA DoD Fresh in the Summer Foodservice Program

This webinar is for states who are currently using, or are interested in applying for, the USDA DoD Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program in the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). We share tools and best practices to assist state agencies, SFSP sponsors, and SFSP sites in using their resources to provide fresh fruits and vegetables to SFSP participants during the summer months.  

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One Workforce: A Federal-State Partnership Initiative for Innovation

This session is an opportunity to hear from agency leadership from the Departments of Agriculture, Health and Human Services, and Labor. The session will focus on ways federal programs can break down silos, align services, and integrate workforce development programs to meet people where they are and move families forward toward self-sufficiency.

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Are You There? Virtual and Hybrid Case Management that Goes the Distance

Due to the challenges of COVID-19, state SNAP agencies and E&T providers have had to reimagine how they can bring the same personal touch to a virtual environment. View this video to learn the techniques, challenges, and successes that three E&T programs have encountered as they shifted to virtual (and hybrid) case management.

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Expanding Pathways to Self-Sufficiency: Experiences Scaling National Models

The core principle of a SNAP E&T program is to help individuals build a better, more sustainable future for themselves and their families. In this session, two workforce development experts will highlight their training programs and explain how they were able to expand their national program model across multiple states, creating better lives for SNAP participants in the process.

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SNAP to Skills: Four Years of Lessons Learned on SNAP E&T Operations

This session is most appropriate for those in states in earlier stages of SNAP E&T program development who want to see their programs advance as effectively and efficiently as possible.

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Using SNAP E&T to Expand Post Pandemic Employment Services

Participants will learn how San Diego County successfully scaled its E&T program, identified and engaged new partners, and increased SNAP E&T reimbursement. Participants will learn to develop a SNAP E&T vision; integrate SNAP E&T with existing workforce services; identify and evaluate potential partner agencies; create a reimbursement methodology that accurately calculates the reimbursement and maximizes return; and build strong and lasting partnerships.

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Federal and State Employment Collaboration: An E&T Success Story in Kansas

This is the story of how an unlikely partnership led to life changing opportunities for SNAP participants. In this session, we hear how the Kansas E&T program partnered with the Food Safety and Inspection Service, and how that successful collaboration has given SNAP participants in Kansas the necessary skills sets and the pathway to move forward toward sustainable employment.