FNS joined 11 other Federal agencies to issue a joint letter to strengthen a shared commitment to promote career pathways and provide information and resources to help States, regions, local entities and tribal communities integrate service delivery across Federal and State funding streams.  The use of career pathways to prepare low-income, low-skilled workers for in high-demand fields is growing and SNAP E&T can play a large role in these efforts.  Read the joint letter and access resources HERE.