SNAP Path to Work is a joint federal- and state-funded program administered by the Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance. We rely on our network of employment and training providers to expand SNAP clients’ access to services they need to compete for available jobs.
Some of our clients are struggling to accept the recent loss of their jobs. Others are dealing with the financial and emotional strain of long-term unemployment. All of them require employment and training assistance you can provide.
- Low-income households, including Able-Bodied Adults Without Dependents with time-limited requirements, will benefit from the services you offer.
- Providers who offer approved services can access federal funds to continue and supplement existing programs.
Which Services Qualify?
- Job search
- Job search training
- Education (HiSET, ESL)
- Skills training
To be recognized as a provider, you must receive funding from allowable sources. Approved financial contributions come from the following:
- Private grants
- Individual donations
- Federal community development block grants
- State funding (need to check if the funds are not already federally matched elsewhere)
- Contact us with your interest.
- We will conduct an interview with you to evaluate your qualifications, identify required documents you need for consideration, and guide you through the enrollment process.