Publication Date: March 2007
Publisher: Center for Law and Social Policy
Author(s): Abbey Frank; Elizabeth Lower-Basch; Annette Case
Research Area: Education; Social conditions
Coverage: United States
Funding for workforce training programs is limited. Many of the traditional funding streams used to cover the costs of these programs have been cut, leaving administrators to think creatively about alternative funding sources. One possibility is the Food Stamp Employment and Training program (FSET), which supports employment and training services for food stamp participants. This policy brief provides an overview of the FSET program and funding streams and discusses ways that workforce training programs can access FSET funds to improve the employability of FSET participants.