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Lessons Learned Starting Up and Scaling SNAP E&T Partnerships

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As a state's SNAP E&T program expands, so does its operational complexity. What worked for managing a handful of E&T providers may not work for managing dozens of providers across the state. To manage growth efficiently, states and organizations must develop new processes and procedures to maintain compliance with federal program requirements and ensure program integrity. Speakers from this session will share insights about the operational considerations and lessons learned when scaling a 50/50 partnership at the state, county, or system-level.

  • Emily Dean, The Center for Employment Opportunities
  • Eileen Peltier, Connecticut Community College System
  • David Kaz, Seattle Jobs Initiative
Page updated: November 22, 2023