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

Request TA

FNS is now accepting requests for SNAP to Skills (S2S) technical assistance (TA)

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