AmeriCorps Funding Opportunities
2019-2020 AmeriCorps Funding Process
Volunteer Tennessee is no longer accepting applications from agencies proposing new and continuation AmeriCorps programs for the 2019-20 program year.
Technical Assistance Information
AmeriCorps State and National has developed a webpage with resources for those interested in applying for AmeriCorps State and National grants. Please refer to Applying for AmeriCorps State and National Grants to find information on AmeriCorps.
Information Session Webinars:
Pre-Award Risk Assessment
Please contact Daniel Sparkman, AmeriCorps Program Manger, at Daniel.Sparkman@tn.gov for questions regarding the AmeriCorps funding process.
2019 Funding Process Documents
See below for detailed information on the most recent AmeriCorps funding process.
- 2019 Tennessee AmeriCorps State Notice of Funding Opportunity, Mandatory Supplemental Guidance, and Application Instructions (PDF)
- 2019 Performance Measures Instructions (PDF)
- Logic Model Worksheet (Word)
- Cost Reimbursement Budget Example (Excel)
- Is My Organization Ready? (PDF) - assess your organization's capacity to host an AmeriCorps program.
AmeriCorps National Direct Consultation Form:
The Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act requires that any applicant proposing a multi-state AmeriCorps program (National Direct) consult with the State Service Commissions in the states where they intend to operate an AmeriCorps program. Please fill out the National Direct Consultation Form and email it to Daniel Sparkman, AmeriCorps Program Manger, at Daniel.Sparkman@tn.gov.
AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) Concept Form:
Each year, AmeriCorps NCCC engages teams of members in projects in communities across the United States. Service projects, which typically last from six to eight weeks, address critical needs related to natural and other disasters, infrastructure improvement, environmental stewardship and conservation, energy conservation, and urban and rural development. Members mentor students, construct and rehabilitate low-income housing, respond to natural disasters, clean up streams, help communities develop emergency plans, and address countless other local needs.
Sponsoring organizations request the assistance of AmeriCorps NCCC teams by submitting a concept form to the regional campus that covers that organization’s state. The campuses provide assistance in completing the application, developing a work plan, and preparing the project sponsor for the arrival of the AmeriCorps NCCC team.
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