Deployment reports detail where AmeriCorps NCCC teams are serving across the country and which organizations, efforts, and initiatives they are currently supporting.

To contact the teams in your area, offer encouragement, or visit a project site near you, please contact the NCCC Deployment team at NCCCDeployments@cns.gov.

By accessing the contents on this website, you acknowledge and accept the terms of use that governs the data released and disseminated through the AmeriCorps' data sharing platform. The contents on this website must be used for informational purposes only. As a data user, you acknowledge and agree that AmeriCorps is not responsible or liable for any inaccuracies, errors or omissions arising out of your use of the data released through this website. Any data analysis, opinions or conclusions expressed based on the data are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of AmeriCorps or the United States Government.


AmeriCorps NCCC Deployment Report | Traditional

AmeriCorps NCCC is committed to strengthen communities and develop leaders through team based national and community service by assisting community and faith-based based organizations, national nonprofits, schools, local municipalities, national and state parks, and Indian tribes. Sponsoring organizations request NCCC projects that span five issue areas including: Natural and Other Disasters, Infrastructure Improvement, Environmental Stewardship, Energy Conservation, and Urban and Rural Development. The report below lists the projects where NCCC teams are currently serving.

Updated  April 16, 2021

Pacific Region Traditional

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Southwest Region Traditional

By accessing the contents on this website, you acknowledge and accept the terms of use that governs the data released and disseminated through the AmeriCorps' data sharing platform. The contents on this website must be used for informational purposes only. As a data user, you acknowledge and agree that AmeriCorps is not responsible or liable for any inaccuracies, errors or omissions arising out of your use of the data released through this website. Any data analysis, opinions or conclusions expressed based on the data are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of AmeriCorps or the United States Government.

North Central Region Traditional

By accessing the contents on this website, you acknowledge and accept the terms of use that governs the data released and disseminated through the AmeriCorps' data sharing platform. The contents on this website must be used for informational purposes only. As a data user, you acknowledge and agree that AmeriCorps is not responsible or liable for any inaccuracies, errors or omissions arising out of your use of the data released through this website. Any data analysis, opinions or conclusions expressed based on the data are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of AmeriCorps or the United States Government.

Southern Region Traditional

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AmeriCorps NCCC Deployment Report | FEMA Corps

FEMA Corps is a collaboration between AmeriCorps and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Members from within AmeriCorps NCCC are solely devoted to disaster preparedness, response and recovery. Teams engage in a variety of disaster service including helping survivors complete applications for disaster assistance, supporting disaster services facilities, responding to helpline calls and disseminating disaster preparedness and mitigation information to the public. FEMA Corps training and experience prepares members for careers in emergency management and related fields while positively impacting the lives of disaster victims. The report below lists the projects where FEMA Corps teams are currently serving.

Updated April 16, 2021

Pacific Region FEMA Corps

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The Pacific Region FEMA Campus has completed service for the 2020 year, thank you.

Southern Region FEMA Corps

By accessing the contents on this website, you acknowledge and accept the terms of use that governs the data released and disseminated through the AmeriCorps' data sharing platform. The contents on this website must be used for informational purposes only. As a data user, you acknowledge and agree that AmeriCorps is not responsible or liable for any inaccuracies, errors or omissions arising out of your use of the data released through this website. Any data analysis, opinions or conclusions expressed based on the data are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of AmeriCorps or the United States Government.

The Southern Region FEMA Campus has completed service for the 2020 year, thank you.