Any food stamp recipient who is not participating in the Welfare Transition program is eligible to participate in the Food Stamp Employment and Training program.
Contact your local One-Stop Career Center for more information or see the Food Stamp Employment and Training Program Fact Sheet .
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In the 2003-2004 General Appropriations Act the Florida Legislature transferred Food Stamp Employment and Training Program direct services from the Department of Economic Opportunity to the Regional Workforce Boards.
Regional Workforce Boards contract Food Stamp Employment and Training Program direct services out to service providers and the Department of Economic Opportunity provides Food Stamp Employment and Training Program guidance, training, program and financial reporting and monitoring.
This program is funded annually through a grant provided to the Department of Children and Families by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service.