Food Assistance and Financial Aid for Education

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The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) currently serves 44 million people, providing nutrition benefits that help low-income families make healthy food choices. Connecting SNAP recipients who wish to pursue a postsecondary credential linked to employment with available financial aid may open a critical door to opportunity for them and their families to gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in the workforce and achieve self-sufficiency.