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National Civilian Community Corps- Training Provided

NCCC- A Federal Program that Provides Training to Young Adults

National Locations

  • Gain Federal Experience while exploring career options
  • Gain a competitive edge over other job applicants in both the private and government sectors
  • Gain leadership and management experience
  • Gain college credits for continuing education and workforce development (6-9 credit hours)
  • Gain new contacts by networking with government officials and community agency directors
  • Gain new skills in your career field and expand your capabilities
  • Gain advantages for college, trade school or apprenticeships
  • Team Leader option for those with advanced skills and education
  • Begin application process at age 17
  • Minimum of 10 month commitment- can be repeated
  • Travel, lodging, healthcare provided plus childcare allowance if applicable
  • Earn bi-weekly stipend plus $6,095 to pay off educational debt or pay for future educational expenses

Please visit our virtual info session for program information and application assistance:
Virtual Information Session (available 24/7)


An excellent option for those interested in business, construction, carpentry, building trades, environmental management, emergency services, forestry, disaster response, public administration, social sciences, law enforcement, homeland security, public health, writing/journalism, counseling, human services, non-profit services, or careers with local, state or federal government and organizations.

PROJECT EXAMPLES

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