USDA is strengthening its partnership with states and employment and training providers because together, we can make these programs more effective for those we serve, more responsive to the needs of employers, and more supportive of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) participants as they seek to experience the lasting transformation of work.
In support of this mission, USDA is excited to host the first-ever SNAP Employment and Training (SNAP E&T) National Work Forum on Oct. 13-15, 2020, which will bring together SNAP E&T stakeholders from across the country to share and learn best practices for promoting and increasing employment among SNAP households through state SNAP E&T programs.
After careful consideration of the public health situation, USDA has made the decision to shift the SNAP E&T National Work Forum event to an all-virtual experience. We expect to bring all of the same terrific content to participants and create a virtual conference environment that enables states and their partners to share and learn best practices and success stories about E&T programs from across the country that are moving people forward.
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Information obtained through USDA Food and Nutrition Service