Call for Proposals: 2023 National Service Training – Dec 12

Posted by America's Service Commissions on December 6, 2022

Want to present at one or more of America’s Service Commissions’ National Service Training events? Our Call for Proposals is open through Monday, December 12, 2022 at midnight Eastern.

The theme for the 2023 trainings is “Expanding What’s Possible.” We encourage workshop sessions that speak to how we might expand the possibilities of AmeriCorps and service for programs, commissions, and our local communities.

2023 National Service Training will include the following events:

  • March 21-23, 2023: West · San Diego, CA · Hosted by California Volunteers
  • May 2-4, 2023: Central · New Orleans, LA · Hosted by Volunteer Louisiana
  • May 15-17, 2023: East · Charleston, WV · Hosted by Volunteer West Virginia
  • June 7-8, 2023: Virtual*

*Unlike in 2022, the 2023 virtual event will NOT be a livestream of one of the in-person events. Rather, it will be an entirely virtual event with all participants and presenters online — allowing for two-way interaction — and sessions created for the virtual space.

The primary audiences for these events are AmeriCorps State program and fiscal staff, state and territorial service commission staff, and commissioners. While not a primary audience, all other streams of national service — including National, Tribal, VISTA, NCCC, Seniors, and VGF — are welcome and invited to attend.

Please review the Call for Proposals Guidelines and a copy of the full Submission Form in PDF for reference and planning purposes, including theme, workshop topics of interest, event purpose, session formats, proposal selection, and presenter costs.

For proposal-related questions, please contact Elisa Gleeson at or (940) 224-3937. Click here for up-to-date event information.

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