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 Please visit our virtual info session for program information and application assistance. The session is available 24/7 at  https://ncccfema.videoshowcase.net/


 

This information supports program options for ages 17-24 only.


If you are ages 25+  please review all options below:

  1. https://www.usajobs.gov/Search/?k=americorps
  2. https://www.usajobs.gov/Search/?a=HSCB&p=1
  3. https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=86524&fromSearch=true
  4. https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=86528&fromSearch=true
  5. https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/publicRequestSearch.do?org


If you are ages 55+  there is also the Senior Corps programs:

https://www.nationalservice.gov/programs/senior-corps/


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FEMA Corps

DISASTER RESPONSE- FEMA CORPS


Every year, disasters put millions of Americans in danger and costs billions of dollars in property damage. But every year, all year, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is on the job —as part of a team helping communities reduce risk, helping emergency officials prepare for all hazards, and helping people get back on their feet after their lives are disrupted by a disaster. FEMA is the federal coordinator for the operational and logistical disaster response needed to save and sustain lives, minimize suffering, and protect property in a timely and effective manner in communities that become overwhelmed by disasters. FEMA assists in community recovery through a number of channels, including obligating monetary aid for both individual assistance and public assistance. FEMA Corps is a unique, team-based service program that gives participants the opportunity to serve communities impacted by disaster while gaining professional development experience.

 

Disaster Survivor Assistance- Work directly with Americans affected by disaster, manage documents, conduct surveys, or work at a recovery center. Register survivors for assistance in the field, utilize systems to map the areas you and your team will canvas, generate daily crew reports, and carry out status inquiries for survivors already registered.


Individual Assistance- Coordinate with nonprofits and government agencies to connect disaster survivors to services. Complete case reviews in Transitioning Sheltering Assistance, help with Direct Housing Missions, call applicants and inform them of the assistance appeal process, and assist in staffing Disaster Recovery Centers.


Logistics- Assist with distribution of supplies to disaster and recovery areas; inventory supplies and manage warehouse storage. Support IT wiring of FEMA facilities, or be there to open and close-out recovery offices.


Planning & GIS Systems- Plan during a disaster or research, write, and manage information for FEMA Regional Offices and Headquarters. Formulate Incident Action Plans and collect information for other products; work closely with planning teams to formulate Incident Maps and input data for map services and databases; assist while specialists produce incident specific geospatial products.


Public Assistance- Be there after disaster strikes to conduct damage assessments and input data for official reports. Participate in kickoff meetings and site visits, compile data for project worksheets, and support public assistance closeout for disasters

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National Civilian Community Corps

COMMUNITY SUPPORT- NCCC


NCCC Traditional Corps works with national and local organizations to complete hands-on service projects throughout the United States.


Natural Disasters-  manage volunteers; managing distribution centers and shelters; preparing and distributing meals; clearing debris; enrolling victims into emergency-assistance databases; mucking and gutting; surveying community assets; distributing educational materials and preparedness kits; implementing disaster-preparedness curricula; GIS mapping for improvements to community emergency response systems


Infrastructure- building wheelchair ramps; establishing community centers; building playgrounds; repairing and painting public facilities; rehabilitate property


Environmental Conservation- trail work; planting trees; removing invasive plant species; cleaning up rivers, streams, and beaches; performing water quality assessments; and leading environmental education workshops and camps for youth


Energy Conservation- providing energy efficiency assessments; assisting with installations of energy efficient appliances and light bulbs; developing recycling programs; performing home weatherization projects for low-income, disabled, and senior citizens; and providing and developing educational programming on sustainability and conservation practices


Urban and Rural Development- supporting homeless shelters, food banks, youth and family service organizations; historical preservation; programming for seniors and special populations; renovating and constructing homes; leading neighborhood and community revitalization projects; and providing direct service to students, parents, and families, employment counseling and health awareness