SNAP Path to Work

Filed Under: Education, Employment

SNAP Path to Work is the Department of Transitional Assistance’s voluntary employment and training program that provides Massachusetts SNAP clients with the skills, training, experience, education and employment supports needed to find and keep good-paying jobs.


  1. Education: Prepares SNAP clients for the job market by helping them obtain the proper education, reading, and writing skills needed to compete
  2. Vocational Training: Helps SNAP clients develop new skills in synch with job market requirements, so they have skills employers want
  3. Job Search Training: Teaches SNAP clients how to search for a job and develop the tools they need to be successful, including resume help, interview skills, career testing, and more
  4. Job Search: Assists SNAP clients with the right connections to help them find and secure a job

To find a provider, please visit the website and click “Find a Provider”. This will allow clients to partner with education and training providers near them.



While every effort is made to provide current and accurate information for the agency descriptions and hours of operation, it is recommended to call the agency to verify the information before visiting.

Last updated January 20, 2021


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