AmeriCorps NCCC: Webinar 10/24 and Concept Forms due 11/1 For Spring Projects

Source: AmeriCorps

Searching for a team of extra people at your organization? AmeriCorps NCCC gets things done in communities across our country. AmeriCorps NCCC is seeking project partners for 2024, and the spring project timeframe has a November 1 Concept Form due date.

  • Our 2024 Request For Proposals may be found here (direct link to PDF) and includes an overview of the AmeriCorps NCCC program.
  • The Project Concept Form and the Instructions may be downloaded here. Scroll to “How to apply – NCCC Traditional”, Step 2 for both documents. It works best to download the Concept Form to your computer and complete using Adobe Reader or similar software.
  • Concept Forms may be submitted to myself ( and are due on or before November 1, 2023 for spring 2024 projects; timeframes later in 2024 have later due dates.

Additionally, AmeriCorps NCCC is hosting an informational webinar on October 24. Join to learn more about how AmeriCorps NCCC could be a resource for your community.

AmeriCorps NCCC: A Resource Helping Communities Meet Critical Needs
October 24 at 1:30 p.m. CT (2:30 p.m. ET)
Register Here

AmeriCorps NCCC is a federal national service program which strengthens communities and develops leaders through team-based service. AmeriCorps NCCC teams typically consist of approximately 8-12 young adults aged 18-26, including a team leader. Members join from all over the country and generally range from high school to college graduates in terms of education/experience. Teams typically serve full time in a community for 6-8 weeks although shorter timeframes are possible. There is no charge for labor and NCCC provides teams their own transportation, however we request partners provide a place to sleep and shower along with assistance with food or kitchen facilities to cook on. Partners also provide project supplies and materials, technical support and direction, and a schedule of work.

Please feel free to share this with others who may be interested. Do you know of young adults who want to gain experience, address community needs, travel, and earn money for school? Find more about serving in AmeriCorps NCCC and other AmeriCorps programs here: