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Transforming Communities Through Service

Transforming Communities Through Service

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Published by: ICICP on Jul 28, 2011
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 A Collection of 52 of the Most InnovativeAmeriCorps Programs in the United StatesTransforming Communities through Service:
ASC and ICP would like to thank the Advisory Committee for their time, effort and guidance in developing thispublication. Thank you also to state service commissions for nominating programs, answering all of our questions and your support. Thank you to ASC Board Chair Bill Basl, Executive Director Tom Branen, and Public Policy Manager JoeGersen, ICP Executive Director Susan Stroud and interns Caitlin O’Donnell and Sara Danver for their efforts in preparingthis report.
Project Coordinators:
Christy Venable, America’s Service Commissions (ASC)Colleen Hammelman, Innovations in Civic Participation (ICP)
Advisory Committee:
Rachel Chadderdon, Executive Director, Serve
 Maryalice Crofton, Executive Director, Maine Commission for Community ServiceLisa Frederick, Program Director, Massachusetts Service AllianceBryan Guiot, Assistant Director, Nevada VolunteersKristin Honz, Program Officer, Iowa VolunteersBrian Lock, Assistant Director, Washington Commission for National and Community ServiceCirce Olander, Assistant Director, CaliforniaVolunteers Jim Snell, Executive Director, Volunteer TennesseeGene Sofer, Susquehanna GroupAudrey Suker, Executive Director, ServeMinnesotaChuck Supple, former Director of California Service CorpsGregory Webb, Executive Director, New Mexico Commission for Community Volunteerism
About Innovations in Civic Participation
Innovations in Civic Participation (ICP) is a non-profitorganization supporting the development of innovativehigh-quality youth civic engagement policies and programs both in the US and around the world. ICP isa leader in the global movement to promote sustainabledevelopment and social change through youth civicengagement. We embrace a positive view of youngpeople that recognizes their potential to createbeneficial and lasting social change in theircommunities through active participation in serviceopportunities.Innovations in Civic Participation1776 Massachusetts Ave NW, Suite 201Washington, DC 20036202-775-0290www.icicp.org
About America’s Service Commissions
America’s Service Commissions (also known as theAmerican Association of State Service Commissions -ASC) is a non-partisan, non-profit organizationrepresenting and promoting state service commissionsacross the United States. State service commissions aregovernor-appointed public agencies or nonprofitorganizations made up of more than 1,110commissioners. The nation's 53 state servicecommissions operate at the state and local levelgranting more than $260 million in AmeriCorps fundswhile matching these federal dollars with over $32million from state and local sources to support citizenservice and volunteerism in America.America’s Service Commissions1875 K St NW 5th FloorWashington DC 20006202-729-8179www.statecommissions.org
Transforming Communities through Service:A Collection of 52 of the Most InnovativeAmeriCorps*State Programs in the United States
 A report by America’s Service Commissions and Innovations in Civic Participation June 2010

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