FAA5.A Work Registration (WORW) : 07 SNAP Career Advancement Network (CAN) Program : A The SNAP CAN Program Employment and Training Services and Components
The SNAP CAN Program Employment and Training Services and Components
 
(01/01/22 – 12/31/22)
Participation in the SNAP CAN Program is not required to receive NA benefits. SNAP CAN Providers have the NA participants complete a Participant Acknowledgement that states participating in the SNAP CAN Program is voluntary.
 
The SNAP CAN Program provides services meeting the employment and training needs of NA participants, including all the following:
 
A comprehensive initial assessment that collects information to help develop a plan for success, including all the following:
Career and education history and goals
Skills – interpersonal, critical thinking, and communication
Abilities and interests
Family obligations
Other job-related issues
An Employment Plan that involves development and execution by the participants and SNAP CAN case managers.
Case Management helps NA participants navigate and identify barriers and challenges to obtaining and retaining employment. SNAP CAN case managers guide, motivate, and support participants by monitoring their needs and progress.
 
The SNAP CAN Program provides the following types of employment and training components:
 
Supervised job search
Identifying employment opportunities
Applying for employment
Attending job fairs
Job readiness
Career exploration and planning
Job search techniques
Resume preparation
Education
Adult Basic Education (ABE)
English as a Second Language (ESL)
High school equivalency (GED)
Community Service
Work Experience
Job retention