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Employment Webinar Series: Utilizing SNAP E&T to Serve Individuals Experiencing Homelessness

Thursday, April 18 | 2:30pm ET | 1:30pm CT | 12:30pm MT | 11:30am PT

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Employment and Training (SNAP E&T) allows states to provide SNAP participants with critical employment and training services. We will be joined by Rachel Gragg, USDA Food and Nutrition Services, and Nick Codd, Seattle Jobs Initiative to discuss how states are strategically utilizing SNAP E&T funds to provide employment services to those experiencing homelessness. They will explore how funders can support the expansion of SNAP E&T in their state and how to leverage public-private partnerships in communities. 


  • Rachel Gragg, Office of Employment and Training, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, USDA Food and Nutrition Service 
  • Nick Codd, Senior Consultant, Seattle Jobs Initiative 

Please note: This webinar is only open to members of Funders Together, private funders, United Ways, and philanthropy-serving organizations. If you have questions about participating, please contact Stephanie Chan, Director of Membership and Programs, at [email protected]  

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April 18, 2019 at 2:30pm - 3:45pm
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Julia Kelly Lane Coursey Bruce McNamer Jessica Mathias Emma Heffernan Martha Toll Susan Haley

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