Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) currently serves 44 million people in the United States, providing nutrition benefits that help low-income families make healthy food choices. A priority of Goodwin College over the last several years has been to connect SNAP participants with job-driven employment and training opportunities so that participants can gain necessary skills, join the workforce, and ultimately move forward into self-sufficiency.

Goodwin College offers credit and non-credit educational offerings in the areas of:

Program

Length of Program

Cost

Office Support Training

6 weeks

$ 3,000

Security Guard & Administrative Training

6 weeks

$ 3,000

Human Services

30 weeks

$ 3,000

Medical Billing & Coding

48 weeks

$ 6,000

Bookkeeping

48 weeks

$ 5,200

Insurance Sales

48 weeks

$ 4,300

Marketing

30 weeks

$ 4,500

C.N.C. Machining

48 weeks

$ 5,200

Manufacturing & Logistics

48 weeks

$ 5,200

Manufacturing & Production

48 weeks

$ 5,200

Hazardous Materials Management

15 weeks

$ 2,100

Water Management

48 weeks

$ 4,300

Water Distribution

48 weeks

$ 4,300

Water Treatment

48 weeks

$ 4,300

Environmental Health

48 weeks

$ 4,300

These programs are offered to SNAP recipients and all members of the public.

Individuals interested in these training opportunities are encouraged to speak with their Admissions Officer.