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2023 National Service Training Registration Now Open

Join us in San Diego, New Orleans, Charleston, or online!

America's Service Commissions is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 2023 National Service Training regional events.

  • March 21-23: West Region · San Diego, CA · Hosted by California Volunteers (Register by February 20)
  • May 2-4: Central Region · New Orleans, LA · Hosted by Volunteer Louisiana (Register by April 3)
  • May 15-17: East Region · Charleston, WV · Hosted by Volunteer West Virginia (Register by April 14)
  • June 7-8: Virtual Event (Register by May 31)

The links above will direct you to event specific webpages, which include registration details as well as information about event venue, lodging, transportation, and more. These pages will be updated as more information is available.

Please note that, unlike in 2022, the 2023 virtual event will NOT be a livestream of one of the in-person events. Rather, it will be a fully virtual event with all participants and presenters online — allowing for two-way interaction — and sessions created for the virtual space.

The primary audiences for these events are AmeriCorps State program and fiscal staff, state and territorial service commission staff, and commissioners. While not a primary audience, all other streams of national service — including National, Tribal, VISTA, NCCC, Seniors, and VGF — are welcome and invited to attend. 

Please carefully review all the information available on our NST website. If you still have questions, email us.


About America's Service Commissions
America's Service Commissions is a nonprofit, nonpartisan association representing and promoting the 52 state service commissions across the United States and territories with the mission to lead and elevate the state service network. State service commissions are governor-appointed public agencies or nonprofit organizations made up of more than 1,000 commissioners, private citizens leading the nation's service movement and administering more than 75 percent of the federal AmeriCorps funds to address pressing community needs.