It depends on the offense. If someone has been found guilty of certain felonious criminal acts (i.e. acts of violence) he or she would probably not be eligible for the NCCC program. Anyone who is on the National Sex Offender Registry is ineligible for service in this program.
No. Campuses are assigned randomly.
No. NCCC does not allow members to serve with a friend. Since selection into the program is random there is no guarantee that both applicants will be selected.
All interviews are conducted by telephone one on one with an NCCC staff member.
The questions will focus on things that will help us determine your interest and willingness to serve in a residential, team-based service program, flexibility and adaptability, collaboration and accountability and your personal goals. You can prepare for the interview by finding out as much as possible about the NCCC program. You should respond to the interview questions sincerely and honestly.
The applicant is notified of the status of their interview within three to four weeks at minimum after completing the interview.
An interview generally lasts between 30 to 45 minutes. The timing depends on how you respond to the questions.
This is a random selection process ultimately based on when a spot becomes available or if a member declines a position. Individuals assigned to the waitlist will be randomly selected and placed as spots become available.
Member selection is a competitive process. The ratio of applicants that are accepted varies depending on the number of applications received.
Our goal is to complete the selection process within two months of receiving the application. This means that two months after we receive an application, the applicant should know if he or she has been accepted, placed on the wait list or not accepted. However, there are many instances when it may take longer than two months.