The Compact Service Corps AmeriCorps Program, hosted by Campus Compact offices in Colorado and Montana, is a national service program that connects students with communities through meaningful service-learning, civic engagement, and community service experiences.
Each year, Compact Service Corps will enable more than 3,500 college, university and high school students to serve with local nonprofit and government agencies throughout Arizona, Colorado, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. Compact Service Corps Members serve in positions that focus on increasing academic engagement in K-12 schools; providing primary and preventive healthcare to those living in designated underserved areas; and recruiting, training and managing volunteers for nonprofit and government agencies to build capacity and infrastructure for volunteer management.
The Compact Service Corps Program primarily focuses on supporting Careers in the Common Good (careers of service) and programs that improve student access to higher education and success in school. Learn more about program impacts by reading the 2011-2012 Year-End Impact Report.
Need to get in touch with a local CSC coordinating office? Check out the Coordinator Roster.
Compact Service Corps is funded by the Corporation for National & Community Service, providing students who enroll as AmeriCorps Members and complete their service hours with an Education Award to support repayment of qualified student loans or payment of current educational expenses.