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SNAP Employment & Training Requirements

Florida’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), often referred to as Food Stamps, requires that all Able-Bodied Adults without Dependents (ABAWDS) aged 18-59 must participate in the SNAP Employment & Training (E&T) program. Read these Frequently Asked Questions for more information about SNAP and the ABAWD status.

The goal of the SNAP E&T program is to help unemployed recipients of food assistance benefits find work. CareerSource NEFL oversees the SNAP E&T program in Duval, St. Johns, Putnam, Baker, Clay, and Nassau Counties in partnership with FloridaCommerce.


Once you have been referred to the SNAP E&T program, you must complete the following steps to maintain eligibility for food stamp assistance.

Step 1:

Log into the One-Stop Service Tracking Center (OSST Client Website). Click on this link: https://osstclient.deo.myflorida.com/ to complete your work registration requirements.

Screenshot of the FloridaCommerce OSST website

Step 2:

You will complete the steps below; once you have completed a step, you will receive a green check mark ✓ as seen below.

Screenshot of the FloridaCommerce OSST website

If you need assistance accessing the Internet or using a computer, please visit your nearest CareerSource NEFL Career Center to complete the required modules. 


If you need to speak to a DCF representative about your benefits, please call 1-866-762-2237 or sign-in to your MyACCESS account.

Go to MyACCESS Account

If you have additional questions or need to speak with a CareerSource NEFL SNAP E&T staff member, please call (904) 798-9230.

Submit Documents:

You can turn in your required documentation by

CareerSource NEFL
5000 Norwood Avenue, Suite 2,  Jacksonville, FL 32208