University of Maryland Extension

SNAP-Ed Youth Programs

University of Maryland Extension‘s school-based Supplemental Nutrition Assistance and Education (SNAP-Ed) programs reach students, teachers, and parents in low income communities including after-school sites, summer meal programs and public schools where 50% or more students qualify for free or reduced-price school lunch.

The goal of the SNAP-Ed school-based programs is to integrate key nutrition messages into the school curriculum, policies, the lunchroom, and family shopping and meals.

Click to learn more about how SNAP-Ed youth programs can help students, classrooms, after-school programs or schools.

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