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CNCS and State Service Commissions

The Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) supports collaboration among national, state, local, and tribal entities. Together, CNCS and State Service Commissions coordinate resources at the state and local levels.


 


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What's the difference between a CNCS Offices and State Service Commissions?
 

CNCS Offices

CNCS Offices are staffed by federal employees who conduct public outreach and program support in states. They are directly responsible for recruiting grant and project applications from organizations in communities, and for overseeing all AmeriCorps State Commission, AmeriCorps National Direct, AmeriCorps VISTA, and Senior Corps resources within their states. CNCS staff work closely with governor-appointed State Service Commissions in each state.

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State Service Commissions

State Service Commissions provide CNCS funding to AmeriCorps state programs in their states through annual grant competitions. Grants are made either directly to an organization or through an intermediary group that handles the distribution of grant funding. Visit our grants and funding opportunities section to learn more. State Service Commissions are also charged with encouraging volunteering in their states and often administer special volunteer initiatives.

Contact Your State Service Commission

 

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