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Introduce Adventure Into Your Life – Strengthen Communities – Become a Leader

Join this residential program designed for young adults who want to serve full-time, on a tight-knit team.


 

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Travel the Country

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Build Your Resume

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Earn $ for School

 

 

What Kind of Service Experience Do You Want?

 

Traditional Corps teams partner with local and national organizations to complete hands-on projects in a designated region of the country.
 

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Gain a Variety of Skills

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Serve Outdoors


Serve for 10 months as a Corps Member and gain a variety of professional experiences. Educate communities on sustainability and energy conservation, restore and build hiking trails, or build homes. Or serve for 11 months as a Team Leader and guide members through this transformative service experience.

 

 

 

FEMA Corps Teams serve nationally under Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) direction to complete administrative projects related to disaster preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery.
 

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Network with Emergency
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Open Doors to
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Serve for 12 months and rack up professional skills that are highly transferable. Coordinate with nonprofits and government agencies, plan response and relief efforts during a disaster, or conduct damage assessments after a disaster. Team Leaders also serve for 12 months in FEMA Corps.

 

 

 

 

What Role Do You Want to Take On?

 

Introduce Adventure into Your Life – Build Your Resume – Serve on a Team of Your Peers

 

Serve as a Corps Member and get the ultimate personal and professional development experience. Undergo intensive training at the beginning of your service to prepare you for the adventure ahead, and take on leadership roles and specialized assignments along the way. Learn and grow with a team of your peers and build lasting friendships.

 

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Take the Next Step in Your Professional Development – Become a Leader – Lead by Example

 

Serve as a Team Leader and put yourself to the test. Provide mentorship and guidance to a team of 8-10 Corps Members and help them prosper. Find support amongst fellow Team Leaders and NCCC Staff as you develop leaderships skills like money management, member development, and project coordination. Please note – Anyone may apply to be a Team Leader. Prior service experience is NOT required.

 

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Corps Member

Introduce Adventure into Your Life – Build Your Resume – Serve on a Team of Your Peers

Serve as a Corps Member and get the ultimate personal and professional development experience. Undergo intensive training at the beginning of your service to prepare you for the adventure ahead, and take on leadership roles and specialized assignments along the way. Learn and grow with a team of your peers and build lasting friendships.

View Open Listings >

 

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  • FEMA Corps Member surveying disaster damaged area

  • Corps Members harvests vegetables from field

  • FEMA Corps Member filing reports

Team Leader

Take the Next Step in Your Professional Development – Become a Leader – Lead by Example

Serve as a Team Leader and put yourself to the test. Provide mentorship and guidance to a team of 8-10 Corps Members and help them prosper. Find support amongst fellow Team Leaders and NCCC Staff as you develop leaderships skills like money management, member development, and project coordination. Please note – Anyone may apply to be a Team Leader. Prior service experience is NOT required.

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  • FEMA Corps Team Leader instructs Corps Member during disaster assessment

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