SNAP Outreach in the Magnolia State is a toolkit for social service providers in the Jackson metropolitan area interested in conducting SNAP outreach at their organization. Based on feedback from current SNAP participants and social service providers in Jackson, the toolkit is designed to support both parties as they navigate the application process.
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Publication tags: Field Reports - Advocacy and Education, Advocacy and Education Tools/Toolkits, Domestic Federal Nutrition Programs, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/Food Stamps - Service Providers, SNAP/Food Stamp Recipients
Raised in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Madeline graduated from Iowa State University in 2014 with degrees in political science and history. Madeline worked as an undergraduate research assistant where she coordinated seminars and conducted family based research on issues debated in the Iowa state legislature. She served as a deputy field organizer for a 2012 congressional campaign and was the founder of RESULTS Ames, a grassroots advocacy group working to expand opportunity in the developing world by engaging political leaders on relevant policy issues. Madeline also interned at Share Our Strength, where she piloted a social media campaign and created how-to guides for the Cooking Matters Resource Center.
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