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Public Service and Volunteer Opportunities

Many federal agencies offer ways you can volunteer: 

  • - Sign up to volunteer and create projects. Tool kits are available to help develop your ideas into projects.

  • - Volunteer abroad. Work within communities to improve education, health, the environment, and more.

  • - Get training in first aid and emergency skills. Volunteer to support local emergency responders and disaster relief efforts.

  • - Offers grants for service and volunteering. Programs include the AmeriCorps, Senior Corps and Social Innovation Fund.

  • - Volunteer in American's public lands, including our national parks.

  • Earth Team Volunteers - Work to improve soil and air quality on private lands. Conserve water and enhance wildlife habitat on private lands.

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Last Updated: June 17, 2019