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Submitted by mbrodbeck on Mon, 06/26/2023 - 10:18

AmeriCorps is Not a Moment. It's a Movement.

Three decades ago, more than 20,000 Americans raised their right hands and pledged to get things done for America. These members helped more than 1,000 communities nationwide during their first year of service. Since then, more than 1.25 million Americans and hundreds of thousands more AmeriCorps Seniors volunteers of all backgrounds have followed in their footsteps, providing billions of hours of results-driven service across each of the 50 states and US territories.

In times of tragedy and triumph, when America calls, AmeriCorps answers. Whether it’s AmeriCorps members stepping forward to help after 9/11, aiding in recovery from disasters like Hurricane Katrina over the course of decades, or pivoting to address the urgent needs created by the COVID-19 pandemic, AmeriCorps knows how to get things done for America and has been turning moments of impact into a national service movement throughout the years.

Read President Biden’s anniversary message to AmeriCorps

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Join the Celebration

An AmeriCorps Seniors volunteer talks to a smiling woman

Share Stories

Share the stories of AmeriCorps – successes, and impact they had on the individuals and communities they helped.

Bill Clinton signing

Celebrate Milestone Moments

Help AmeriCorps celebrate milestone moments that helped change trajectories for what is possible.

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Brand Your Events

Brand your induction and graduation ceremonies, and other events as part of the 30th anniversary celebration.


The 30th anniversary is the perfect moment to share how national service has changed lives across America.

Follow AmeriCorps

Stay up to date on the latest on social media. Be sure to tag @AmeriCorps when you post and use the hashtag #AmeriCorps30.

30th Anniversary Toolkit

Spread the word! Find video, photos, social media, communications templates, and more. Look for new additions throughout the year.

Access the Toolkit

Honor the Anniversary

We invite AmeriCorps members, volunteers, alumni, grantees, sponsors, and national service champions to join our celebration.

Join Us

Register Your Event

Planning a swearing-in event, a “day of service” project or anything in between? AmeriCorps can help amplify your story.

Submit Your Event Details

AmeriCorps Transforms Lives

Find Inspiration from AmeriCorps members and AmeriCorps Seniors volunteers.

Stories of National Service


AmeriCorps 2014-2018

"I did not have faith in my abilities at first, but with my team leader's support and my supervisor's guidance, I succeeded as an AmeriCorps member. After that first year, I continued to grow and take on more responsibility. In my second year, I served as a team leader; in my third and fourth years, I served as a volunteer coordinator. My experience in Jumpstart was transformative and contributed to my personal and professional development in ways that a typical college experience could never. Because of my time at Jumpstart, I have a deeper understanding of civic engagement and a sense of civic responsibility that continues to guide my path in public service."

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Caleb and Supervisor

Have a Story to Share? 

Every AmeriCorps experience tells a story. AmeriCorps members and AmeriCorps Seniors volunteers represent the best of America, tirelessly serving people and communities across the country. AmeriCorps programs are doing amazing work across the nation, and we want to share that on a national scale. Share your story and help us raise awareness about the positive impact our programs, volunteers, and members have on their communities

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