Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

The SNAP E&T program helps SNAP participants gain skills and find work that moves them forward to self-sufficiency. Through SNAP E&T, SNAP participants have access to training and supportive services to help them enter or move up in the workforce.


  • Must be 18-49 years of age
  • Must be current SNAP recipient with a valid link card
  • Current identification (State ID/Driver’s license, SS Card, Birth Certificate)
  • Must be willing to engage in a maximum of 80 hours/month in one or a combination of activities (job readiness, job search, community service and work experience) in which there will be no cash assistance
  • Must have a high school diploma, GED or be willing to obtain within 60 days

Benefits: Supportive services (Transportation, Clothing vouchers)

  • Basic Computer Training
  • Vocational training
  • Barrier reduction (soft skills class, mock interviews)
  • Resume and cover letter edits
  • Offer Higher education and developing skillsets that will last a lifetime
  • Transportation to and from job sites
  • Supportive service
  • Clothing vouchers for job interviews
  • Job-readiness training