'Live' Learning Opportunities

This page contains information on upcoming webinars, recordings of past webinars, trainings, and other live-learning opportunities. Check back frequently for new resources.

Webinar: Community College SNAP E&T Partnerships (SNAP to Skills Project, 2017)

This webinar highlights the value and opportunity community and technical college partnerships and the role they can play in building robust, demand-driven SNAP E&T programs. The webinar discusses key steps for understanding the local community college system and organizational structure and how to identify and utilize existing, available non-federal funds through the 50-50 third-party reimbursement model. The webinar is targeted to State agencies and community colleges.

Webinar: Development in Skills-Based SNAP E&T (National Skills Coalition and Seattle Jobs Initiative, 2016)

This webinar discussed the emergence of SNAP E&T as a skill-building program, informing participants of how some States are working to align SNAP E&T with key State workforce development initiatives and with WIOA to create pathways to credentials and careers.

Webinar: Securing Third-Party Partners for SNAP E&T Programs (SNAP to Skills Project, 2016)

This webinar, recorded on July 20, 2016 and presented through the SNAP to Skills project, walks States through a high-level understanding of the steps involved in building a third-party partnership, including how potential providers are identified and assessed for program fit and how partners can be educated about SNAP E&T, contracted and on-boarded.

Webinar: An Untapped Resource: Understanding SNAP E&T (National Skills Coalition, 2014)

On July 8, 2014, National Skills Coalition hosted this webinar on the potential of SNAP E&T and how State and local communities can best capitalize on this largely untapped resource. Panelists included: Rachel Gragg, National Skills Coalition; Ed Bolen, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities; Rick Krauss, Consultant, formerly with the Washington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges; Laura Rowley, Seattle Jobs Initiative; and Dr. David Stout, State of South Carolina.