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SNAP Employment & Training Program (SNAP E&T)

SNAP logoWhat is SNAP Employment & Training?
Our mission is simple: to help participants on their path to self-sufficiency by providing guidance and resources aimed at supporting their employment goals.

Our Services

  • Financial Supports
    We offer $.30 per mile up to $100 per month for miles traveled to look for work. Activities may include: dropping off applications, job interviews, or attending job fairs. You can also be reimbursed for going to your local NH Works center to: job search, work on your resume, attend workshops, or use their free services (i.e. copier, fax machines). Bus passes or taxi rides used to search for work are also reimbursable expenses.
  • Community Referrals, Education and Training
    Our goal is to connect you with services that will help you: access supports to overcome obstacles; earn credentials by furthering your education; and connect you with training to prepare you with the necessary skills to successfully gain employment.
  • Case Management
    Case management is one of the primary services offered to participants of the SNAP E&T Program. Our goal is to help determine the type of support needed to overcome the obstacles preventing you from finding gainful employment. Our Case Technicians are committed to helping you reach your employment goals through advocacy, assessment, planning, communication, education, and access to resources available to address your needs.
  • Resume/Application Review and Preparation
    Feel free to send us a copy of your resume, sample application, and/or cover letter. We will review your materials and offer recommendations for improvement. If you do not have a resume, we can work together to build one.

Program Eligibility

  • Participant is receiving SNAP benefits.
  • Participant is not receiving Family Assistance Program (FAP), Interim Disabled Parent (IDP), or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) benefits.
  • Participant is able to work upon program completion.
  • Our Program is voluntary. Failure to engage with our program will end participation; however, it will not affect your SNAP benefits in any way.

Contact Us
Please feel free to contact the SNAP E&T Program with questions or to enroll. We are available Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.

New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services
Division of Economic and Housing Stability
Bureau of Employment Supports - SNAP E&T Program
129 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH 03301-3857
Phone: 603.271.9329 (or) 800.852.3345 x9329
Fax: 603.271.4637
Email: snapet@dhhs.nh.gov

Documents and Reports

Upcoming Job Fairs
Visit NH Employment Security's Job Fairs and Recruitment Events page to see upcoming fairs and events. Events are free and open to the public. Registration required for employers only.

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