Quarterly E-News | Fall Edition

November 2021

National Service Training Call for Proposals
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The theme for the 2022 National Service Training regional events is "Shaping the Future." We encourage workshop sessions that speak to how we want to shape the future of AmeriCorps and service for programs, commissions, and our local communities. Submissions are due December 31, 2021.

Schultz Family Foundation National Service Challenge
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We're thrilled to be facilitating a learning collaborative for the seven state commissions that are recipients of grants through the Schultz Family Foundation National Service Challenge.

GivingTuesday is November 30
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This GivingTuesday, November 30, we'll be celebrating #ServiceStories from current and former AmeriCorps members across the country. For more information, visit our GivingTuesday webpage.

In This Issue
  • National Service Training Call for Proposals
  • Schultz Family Foundation National Service Challenge
  • GivingTuesday is November 30
  • Build Back Better Act Passed the House
  • 2022 Sponsorship Opportunities
  • TTA Directory Submissions
Build Back Better Act Passed the House

Along with other national service leaders, our policy initiative States for Service is thanking the House for passing the Build Back Better Act, which includes funding for a Civilian Climate Corps. Now on to the Senate!

2022 Sponsorship Opportunities

Are you interested in sponsoring one (or more!) of ASC's events in 2022?

If so, please review our sponsorship opportunities.

TTA Directory Submissions

We are accepting submissions for our 2022 Training & Technical Assistance Directory until November 30, 2021.


About America’s Service Commissions (ASC)

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.