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2015-2016 New York State National Direct Consultation


National Direct AmeriCorps applicants that propose to operate AmeriCorps programs in New York State must consult and coordinate activities with the State Commission. This consultation is designed to ensure the most effective use of national service resources and lead to enhanced coordination at the local level.

Multi State applicants intending to operate in New York State must complete and submit a National Direct Consultation Form to the New York State Commission Office. Please carefully read and follow the instructions in the 2015 National Consultation Form – New York State Commission linked below.

2015 Natonal Consultation Form

Return via email at newyorkersvolunteer@newyorkersvolunteer.ny.gov or fax to (518) 402-3817 no later than Friday, January 9, 2014.

New York State Service Plan


In July, the Commission began work on its New York State Service Plan for 2015-2017. We now have a draft of the plan ready for your feedback. Click here to read the plan, and email us at newyorkersvolunteer@newyorkersvolunteer.ny.gov (please put “Service Plan” in the subject line) by December 9, 2014 to let us know what you think!

Governor Cuomo Announces Commemoration of September 11th Day of Service by New York State Americorps Members


Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that hundreds of AmeriCorps members from all corners of New York State will converge on Albany County to complete a community service project as part of the September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance. The project is part of a two-day nationwide event that also marks the 20th anniversary of the AmeriCorps national service program.

“In the aftermath of September 11th, New Yorkers from every corner of the State came together to support one another, and we continue this tradition by volunteering in the memory of those who were lost,” Governor Cuomo said. “Volunteers like AmeriCorps members are part of a long history of service in New York State, and as we commemorate this important day I encourage all New Yorkers to come together and give back to their communities.”

The New York State Commission on National and Community Service – New Yorkers Volunteer, a Governor-appointed commission, uses the power of AmeriCorps to address some of the State’s most challenging issues, and encourages citizens to make a difference in the lives of their neighbors. More than 72,000 AmeriCorps members in New York have completed more than 110 million hours of service since 1994.

Click here for the full press release.

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