Join USDA for a webinar on April 12th on effective Community College/SNAP Employment and Training (SNAP E&T) Partnerships. We'll be joined by two community colleges who are working with SNAP E&T as a way to provide employer-driven education and training to SNAP participants.
SNAP Employment and Training is a workforce development program for SNAP participants administered by States. It is a highly flexible program that can be designed to meet the needs of the State, employers, and participants alike. For more information on the SNAP Employment and Training Program, visit: https://snaptoskills.fns.usda.gov/
- Marcie Foster, SNAP Office of Employment and Training, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Webinar: Community and Technical College Partnerships in SNAP Employment and Training (SNAP E&T) Programs
Please join us for a webinar, offered by the Food and Nutrition Service’s SNAP to Skills Project, that will highlight the value and opportunity of partnerships with community and technical colleges and the role they can play in building robust, demand-driven SNAP E&T programs. The webinar will discuss 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 open to the public and geared towards State agencies and community college representatives.
Date: April 12, 2017
Time: 10:00 AM-11:30 AM PDT/1:00 PM-2:30 PM EDT
- Rachel Gragg, Food and Nutrition Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture
- Susan O'Callaghan, Senior Consultant, Seattle Jobs Initiative
- Rick Krauss, Senior Consultant, Seattle Jobs Initiative
- Andrew Schramm, Employment and Training Program Manager, Kirkwood Community College (Cedar Rapids, Iowa)
- Alison Fernandez, Director of Student Success, Skagit Valley College (Mt. Vernon, Washington)