We have experienced and learned a tremendous amount over the past two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, including how resilient we are as individuals and communities. We have pulled together in ways unimaginable prior to March 2020, whether to help...Read More »
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The Joplin Globe: Our View: Thank you to AmeriCorps volunteers for your selfless work
It’s AmeriCorps Week, a time to celebrate the hundreds of thousands who serve local communities in myriad ways through the federal agency for volunteerism and national service.Read More »
In State of the Union, President Biden calls on Americans to take on roles as tutors and mentors. AmeriCorps is positioned to fill that role.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Ranit Schmelzer, email@example.com Washington, DC (March 1, 2022) – Below is a statement from AnnMaura Connolly, President of Voices for National Service, on President Biden’s call in the State of the Union to help children who...Read More »
Are YOU Ready for AmeriCorps Week 2022??
Every March, we celebrate AmeriCorps Week. This year we’re celebrating March 13-19. During AmeriCorps Week, we recognize the commitment of the millions of Americans who have chosen to serve their country through AmeriCorps and AmeriCorps Seniors, and encourage more Americans...Read More »
PodCounty: U.S. Senator Chris Coons shares his experience with AmeriCorps
U.S. Senator Chris Coons joins PodCounty and shares his experience with AmeriCorps, his start in politics with the New Castle County Government, bipartisanship in the U.S. Senate and other stories from his career in politics.Read More »
The New York Times: California Is Leveraging the Pandemic Into Its Own Peace Corps
Sweetening federal stimulus and AmeriCorps funds with state and local money, the state is cranking out tens of thousands of Youth Service jobs.Read More »
AmeriCorps Plays a Pivotal Role in Disaster Recovery
In mid-December, late-season tornadoes produced catastrophic damage and numerous fatalities across five states. The National Weather Service recorded more than 40 tornadoes, including eight in Kentucky, resulting in more than 90 deaths. The governors of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Arkansas declared...Read More »