SNAP Employment & Training for Social Enterprises
Recorded: March 29th, 2018
Social enterprises in many states are accessing federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Employment and Training (E&T) dollars to support and expand their employment services to low-income clients. SNAP E&T funding can help social enterprises create a more diverse and sustainable funding base, expand capacity, and support clients more effectively through employment services defined by the social enterprise.
The webinar was moderated by subject matter expert, Aimee Chitayat from AC Strategic Solutions and features Clay Cooper of Central City Concern, Will Heaton of Center for Employment Opportunities , and Molly Hancock of FareStart.
Some things you can expect to learn:
1. Value of SNAP E&T to social enterprises
2. Factors to look for to determine if SNAP E&T is a good fit
3. Ways to navigate SNAP E&T challenges to increase impact