Developing a robust SNAP E&T program requires a strong knowledge of the program requirements, best practices in serving SNAP participants, and State policies and trends that can support a strong, skills-based program. SNAP to Skills Resources provide an opportunity for States, counties, organizations, policymakers and others to learn more about the program and related topics; get up-to-date information about SNAP E&T-related policies and practices;  and have the opportunity to connect with experts and peers from around the nation to share and learn about SNAP E&T as a program and strategy to help individuals move from poverty to self-sufficiency through the attainment of skills and living-wage jobs.

Policy Briefs

Read the latest Policy Briefs produced by the SNAP to Skills Project

Learning Opportunities

Upcoming and past webinars, trainings and other live learning opportunities

Other SNAP E&T Resources

Resources from outside organizations to help States jumpstart their SNAP E&T programs

Related Resources

Workforce development resources useful for building job-driven SNAP E&T programs

Behavioral Science

Ideas for using behavioral science to improve participant engagement in SNAP E&T

Policy and Guidance

SNAP E&T 101 resources and tools developed by FNS