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Updated: AmeriCorps NCCC Pacific Region issues Request for Applications for 2022-2023 Projects

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AmeriCorps NCCC Pacific Region

Strengthening Communities. Developing Leaders.

AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) is a federal, national service program for 18-26 year-olds from diverse backgrounds, that strengthens communities and develops leaders through team-based national and community service. The Pacific Region assigns teams to service projects across nine states and territories, helping communities address their most critical needs while developing members personally and professionally. 

Who Can Receive a Team? 
Nonprofit and faith-based organizations, government entities (federal, state and local), public schools and universities, and Tribal and Native Nations.

What Can Teams Do? 
NCCC teams work on a variety of projects, each lasting up to the length of the round (see table for dates). Service areas include:

  • Disaster Mitigation, Response & Recovery
  • Urban and Rural Development
  • Environmental Stewardship
  • Energy Conservation
  • Infrastructure Improvement

How Does an Organization Receive a Team? 
First, a Project Concept Form must be submitted to the Assistant Program Director (APD) for your state. Once the Project Concept Form is approved, you will be invited to submit a full application. Sponsors are awarded a team based on the number of applications per round and regional priorities. 

Important Dates
Dates in which teams are available concept form due full applications due
Round 1: Oct. 31-Dec.19, 2022 Jul.  12, 2022 Aug. 23, 2022
Round 2: Jan.  9-Apr. 11, 2023 Sep. 13, 2022 Oct. 18, 2022
Round 3: Apr. 12-Jul. 9, 2023 Dec. 13, 2022 Jan. 31, 2023


For more information about concept form see flyer. For questions, contact Quinn Walker, NCCC Pacific Region, Assistant Program Director for ID, MT, OR, WA.