Snap to Skills (S2S)

What is SNAP to Skills?

SNAP to Skills (S2S) is a program that is funded by the USDA Food and Nutrition Service. S2S provides US states with strategies and resources to create more effective SNAP Employment and Training (E&T) programs.

What Does SNAP E&T Look Like in Connecticut?

In Connecticut, qualifying SNAP recipients can participate in E&T, which allows eligible individuals to enroll in vocational programs at community colleges and other community-based organizations. These programs help participants gain financial security and independence by providing them with job-ready skills and training.

How Do I Find Out if I Qualify for SNAP E&T?

To learn more about qualifying for SNAP E&T in Connecticut, visit the official state website.

Does Goodwin University Offer SNAP E&T?

Goodwin University is proud to offer SNAP E&T to eligible students. Note that only certain programs are available through E&T. Learn more today.

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