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The Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act requires that any applicant proposing a multi-state AmeriCorps program (referred to as a National Direct program) consult with the State Service Commissions in the states where they intend to operate an AmeriCorps program. Kansas Volunteer Commission sees the consultation process as a way to foster meaningful partnerships that will further promote the use of national service as an effective strategy to address unmet needs in communities throughout Kansas.

Through the consultation process Kansas Volunteer Commission hopes to:

1) fully understand the breadth and scope of national service programs operating in Kansas;

2) help connect national programs to geographic areas of the state with little or no national service presence; and

3) effectively use limited resources for cross-stream collaboration, member training, and other events that will lead to increased public awareness of AmeriCorps national service in Kansas.

Kansas Volunteer Commission has opted into America’s Service Commissions pilot to support the national service field by providing one online National Direct Consultation form for multi-state applicants.

Before completing the online form, preview the National Direct Consultation Form in pdf (for reference only).

DEADLINE: The form and accompanying requested documents are due in advance of the AmeriCorps NOFO application deadline established by AmeriCorps.

We will confirm receipt of your consultation form via email. If we have questions or concerns we will contact your organization for further clarification. If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact us at