STEP at Lane for SNAP Recipients

STEP (SNAP Training and Employment Partnership) is a program in the Career Pathways department for individuals receiving SNAP benefits who are interested in pursuing employment and/or training opportunities.

STEP at Lane active participants benefit

STEP at Lane active participants may benefit from the following Career Pathways services:

  • Enrollment in a high quality CTE, vocational training or basic skills program
  • Career and academic success coaching
  • Co-enrollment in agency partner services and shared case management
  • Priority enrollment in PASS Lane
  • Assistance finding and navigating financial resources, support services, and tuition and fees assistance

Want more information? Fill out our Interest Form!

Is STEP at Lane right for me?

Are you a current SNAP only (not TANF) recipient?
Are you interested in the any of the following educational/training opportunities:

  • Career Pathways Certificates
  • Short term vocational training or continuing education
  •  Adult Basic and Secondary Education (ABSE), English Learning (ESL), High School Diploma (GED)
  • Assistance while completing the final few terms of a two year degree

Are you interested in career coaching to help you meet your educational and   employment goals?
If you answered YES to the questions above, then STEP may be right for you!

Enroll in STEP at Lane

How do I enroll in STEP at Lane?

  1. Fill out the Career Pathways Interest Form.
  2. A STEP Career Coach will contact you.
  3. Complete the Career Pathways Intake Form.
  4. Update or create a new iMatch account, if needed.
  5. Participants who are determined eligible for STEP at Lane will schedule a time to meet with their assigned Coach to develop a college and career plan and complete STEP enrollment.

Other STEP programs in Lane County

STEP services are offered at many agencies across Lane County and Oregon to help guide and support eligible participants with training and employment goals. Program services and benefits differ from agency to agency. If STEP at Lane is not right for you but you still meet initial STEP eligibility you may wish to enroll in one of several other local agencies to help you reach your training and employment goals. Please see the STEP flier in English or see the STEP flier in Spanish on other local Lane County STEP agencies.

 

 

SNAP for College Students

More college students than ever are struggling with hunger. SNAP is a resource that can help. Students 18-49 who attend higher education at least half-time may be eligible for SNAP by meeting income guidelines and additional criteria. Students who meet income guidelines may qualify for SNAP if they meet the new criteria.

 

 

STEP funding is provided by the United States Department of Agriculture. USDA is an equal opportunity employer provider and lender.

Contact Career Pathways

Lane Community College
Career Pathways
4000 East 30th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97405

Building 4, Room 210
Hours:
In Person Services: Mon-Tue 8:30am - 5pm; Wed 8:30am-7pm; Th-Fri 8:30am - 5pm

Live Remote Services: Mon-Tue 9am - 4:30pm; Wed 9am-7pm; Th-Fri 9am - 4:30pm. Available in the Lane Support Hub. Enter the Support Hub by going to lanecc.edu/hub. Enter the Zoom link, and and ask to join the "Career Pathways Room". Or by appointment by emailing careerpathways@lanecc.edu.

LCC is closed on Fridays during summer term.