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Public Health AmeriCorps Funding Opportunity Announced

 

AmeriCorps recently announced a new round of funding for Public Health AmeriCorps!

Public Health AmeriCorps, launched in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is a $400 million investment to engage new communities and individuals in public health, recruiting and building a new workforce ready to respond to the nation’s public health needs. Last year, over 80 organizations were awarded a total of more than $60 million. Funding is open to nonprofit, faith-based, tribal and community-based organizations; higher-education institutions; state, local and territorial government entities, including local public health departments. 

Is your organization seeking capacity to address a public health issue? Apply for a Public Health AmeriCorps grant! To learn more, register for the upcoming webinars.

10/6/22 at 1 PM ET: FY23 AmeriCorps State and National Public Health AmeriCorps NOFO. This session will walk through the Public Health AmeriCorps NOFO components and programmatic requirements. Register here

10/25/22 1 PM ET: FY23 AmeriCorps State and National NOFOs Best Practices in Developing Performance Measures. This session will support organizations in developing their applications. Register here

Also consider.

  • Watch the Intro to AmeriCorps Webinar session recording, recommend for anyone new to AmeriCorps funding
  • Read about the first cohort of Public Health AmeriCorps grantees here
  • Apply for funding here!

For more information, visit americorps.gov/publichealth or contact publichealth@americorps.gov.

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