CT Pathways

What is CT Pathways?

CT Pathways is a program in Connecticut that provides eligible students with career education and training in high-demand fields. CT Pathways is available to eligible Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients. The program is designed to help students develop the skills and knowledge they need to enter and succeed in the workforce.

What kind of services does CT Pathways offer?

CT Pathways offers internships, certificate programs, associate degree programs, and other training opportunities in advanced manufacturing, healthcare, information technology, and more. These programs are developed in coordination with employers, workforce development agencies, and educational institutions. Through SNAP employment and training programs, students can also access a range of resources and support services, such as career counseling and job placement assistance.

Does Goodwin offer career-training for SNAP recipients?

Through Goodwin’s SNAP Employment and Training programs, current SNAP beneficiaries with a high school diploma or GED may be able to enroll in certain programs at Goodwin University for FREE! Goodwin’s short-term training and employment programs give you the skills to be successful in today’s workforce. Many of our certificate programs lead you to national or state credentials or licensing.

To learn more about Goodwin’s career-focused degree and certificate programs, reach out to us today!

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