SNAP E&T More than a Job Campaign Guidelines for state and territory use.
Download a personalized QR code that links to your SNAP E&T website.
MORE THAN A JOB campaign materials are free for state SNAP agencies to use and available for download.
The intent of this series is to provide practical tools and resources for state agencies to use in growing and
strengthening their SNAP E&T programs. This will be an ongoing series and FNS will be developing and
releasing new targeted tools to help state agencies implement the four parts of this technical assistance.
This resource for state agencies explores one part of how to build stronger SNAP E&T programs—selecting service providers that best meet the needs of E&T program participants.
This resource for state agencies explores one part of the growing and strengthening series to build stronger SNAP E&T programs—consulting with state workforce development boards to better understand labor markets in your state.
From the 2022 sessions and additional conversations with presenters, we identified four approaches SNAP E&T administrators can apply in their program design and delivery of SNAP E&T services to incorporate a focus on equity
SNAP E&T program activity report form (FNS-583)
Responding to a renewed sense of urgency for transforming publicly funded work programs to more adequately help participants achieve their dreams and aspirations, states, counties and local agencies are redesigning their employment and training programs to build on participants’ strengths while simultaneously recognizing the toll that racism and trauma have taken on their lives.
Learn more about the Good Jobs Initiative and discuss opportunities for a systems approach to creating good jobs.