Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients throughout
Connecticut may be eligible to participate in SNAP Employment and
SNAP E&T is a work program designed to help SNAP recipients gain skills that will help increase self-sufficiency.
If you are receiving SNAP in Connecticut and not receiving money from the Temporary Family Assistance (TFA) program, you may be eligible to participate in SNAP E&T. E&T is a skills-based program that provides short- term vocational programs at community colleges and community-based organizations.
To get started, please contact any of the providers listed below:
|1. Capital Community College||Hartford||860-906-5029|
|2. Gateway Community College||New Haven||203-285-2300|
|3. Housatonic Community College||Bridgeport||203-332-5057|
|4. Asnuntuck Community College||Enfield||860-253-3066 or 860-253-3034|
|5. Three Rivers Community College||Norwich||860-215-9028|
|6. Northwestern CT Community College||Winsted||860-738-6419|
|7. Goodwin College||East Hartford||860-727-6936|
|8. CT Center for Arts & Technology||New Haven||203-823-9823|
|9. Opportunities Industrialization Center||New London||860-447-1731|
|10. Community Culinary School of Northwestern CT||New Milford||860-512-5791|
|11. Naugatuck Valley Community College||Waterbury/Danbury||203-575-8029|
|12. Quinebaug Community College||Danielson||860-932-4005|
|13. Middlesex Community College||Middletown||860-343-5716|
|14. Manchester Community College||Manchester||860-512-2827|
|15. Norwalk Community College
Please see Related Resources for additional information and a list of available programs.