SNAP to Skills (S2S) is a technical assistance project funded by USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service that is designed to provide states the tools and resources they need to build more effective and job-driven SNAP E&T programs. SNAP to Skills is managed by the SNAP Office of Employment and Training and operated by the Seattle Jobs Initiative.
The work of S2S includes the following:
- Developing a suite of tools and resources for all states to utilize to facilitate the development of their SNAP E&T programs.
- Publishing a series of policy briefs on innovations, policies and best practices in SNAP E&T.
- Developing and offering learning opportunities for states and other SNAP E&T stakeholders; and
- Providing direct and intensive technical assistance to 10 selected states to develop, improve and expand their SNAP E&T programs (in particular their 50-50 SNAP E&T programs).
News and Updates
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- SNAP E&T Review: Securing Third-Party Partners Brief and Webinar, Building SNAP E&T County by County in North Carolina (July 2016)
- SNAP E&T Review: Securing Third-Party Partners to Expand, Joint USDA-ED Letter Encouraging FAFSA Completion (June 2016)
- SNAP E&T Review: Offering Job Driven Training to ABAWDs, Serving ABAWDS with E&T in Maryland (May 2016)
- SNAP E&T Review: Welcome, New Policy Brief Series, SNAP E&T Reporting Requirements, and Joint DOL-USDA Letter on Serving ABAWDs (April 2016)
- USDA Selects Ten States for Job-Driven SNAP Employment and Training Project (March 2, 2016)