The Idaho Employment and Training (E&T) program connects Idahoans with the resources they need to get a meaningful job to support themselves and their families.
If you are a recipient of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho (TAFI) benefits, you also have access to services through the E&T program. Participation in the E&T program may be required to receive or keep your benefits. If you are not required to participate, you still have access to the variety of services we offer.
Once you are connected with the Employment and Training program, you have the opportunity to work with a dedicated Career Coach to guide you through the E&T program; at no cost to you.
Career Coaches are employed by our E&T contractor, MAXIMUS, to provide you with the training and other support services you need to become competitive in the labor market. You can continue to receive support even after you become employed.
Along with coaching and helping you get a meaningful job, your career coach can connect you with many other services.
The E&T program partners with organizations around the state to provide a range of services. As a part of the E&T program, you can benefit from services such as: