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YMCA of the East Valley volunteers spruce up Smiley Library grounds
http://www.redlandsdailyfacts.com/social-affairs/20140125/ymca-of-the-east-valley-volunteers-spruce-up-smiley-library-grounds
The Corporation for National and Community Service is a federal agency that engages millions of Americans in service each year through its core programs, Senior Corps, AmeriCorps and the Social Innovation Fund and leads President Obama's national call 

YMCA of the East Valley volunteers do service project at Smiley Library
http://www.redlandsdailyfacts.com/social-affairs/20140125/ymca-of-the-east-valley-volunteers-do-service-project-at-smiley-library
The Corporation for National and Community Service is a federal agency that engages millions of Americans in service each year through its core programs, Senior Corps, AmeriCorps and the Social Innovation Fund and leads President Obama's national call 

Volunteer opportunities
http://www.commercialappeal.com/news/2014/jan/25/volunteer-opportunities/
United Way seeks volunteers to serve on teams that decide funding for programs and services. Training provided. STAR Center is recruiting AmeriCorps VISTA members to serve with nonprofit organizations in Jackson and Memphis. United Way needs 

'Point-In-Time' Count Identifies the Number of Homeless People in Pima County
http://tucsoncitizen.com/press-releases/2014/01/25/point-in-time-count-identifies-the-number-of-homeless-people-in-pima-county/
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires counties that receive federal funding for homeless services to conduct this count each year. “This effort is important because it helps the state and service providers better

Mitt Romney: No to government funding for Americorps, City Year

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney says he would not provide government funding for programs like AmeriCorps and City Year. From a ...

The Republican case for funding AmeriCorps | TheHill

Instead, this under-appreciated, bootstrapped program — a unique public-private partnership that marries federal dollars with demonstrated not-for-profit community and faith-based efforts — is doing innovative work to lift Americans from flood, fire and addiction alike. 

 

There’s a lot of talk these days among Republicans of what and how much must be shaved from the budget if tax reform is to be achieved. They’re right — a tremendous amount has to go. But here’s a Republican telling you now that at least one program, which accounts for just .01 percent of the federal budget, unconditionally deserves your and my tax dollars. 

And here’s three timely reasons why.

First, disaster response and recovery

As a function of the federal government’s response to Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, the Corporation for National and Community Service, a federal agency that administers the nation’s national service programs, including AmeriCorps, has deployed north of 2,000 national service members to impacted communities.

Trump’s Budget Would Kill the Beloved Volunteer Program AmeriCorps

In the 23 years of AmeriCorps’ history, more than one million people have served in its ranks full-time. They’ve taught children how to read, helped urban high schools improve graduation rates, developed programs to prevent opioid abuse, and mobilized relief efforts after national disasters, among other projects.

Yet President Trump’s new budget would completely cut funding for the program—and with it, hundreds of thousands of dollars in college funding that AmeriCorps’ provides to volunteers would disappear.

The president’s budget proposes the elimination of 19 agencies , including the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), which overseas AmeriCorps and a similar program called Senior Corps aimed at older volunteers. Together they employ nearly 350,000 members annually, including roughly 80,000 members doing intense full-time service stints. AmeriCorps members regularly help mobilize and organize millions of part-time volunteer members in the communities they serve as well. Total funding for CNCS is just over $1 billion per year, or just .03% of total federal spending, according to Voices for National Services , an advocacy group.

Applying for Americorp. Any tips?

I'm applying for Americorp right now. I have moderate but consistent community service experience. I volunteered at camps, art museums, and community gardens throughout high school.


If you are as enthusiastic as you sound, I don't know how you would not be accepted.

I know many many people who have volunteered through Americorps just being a high school student, high school graduate or in college.