State Service Commissions & National Service
We may agree that service is a good thing, but that doesn't mean that it's simple. It engages a variety of perspectives, identities, and competing needs. How do service participants talk across difference? How do we make authentic connections both with the people we serve and the people we serve with? Civic reflection helps state service commissions and national service groups to explore these questions and support service participants across the country.
- Higher rates of retention and a noticeable increase in renewal
- Improved relationships between and among program staff and service members
- Member development and satisfaction – with 70% of participants saying that civic reflection increased their commitment to serve.
View impact case studies that detail CCR's work with state service commissions and national service groups.
What People Are Saying
- National Governor’s Association - Illinois Policy Academy
- Colorado Governor’s Commission on Community Service
- Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Summit County, OH (via Mature Services, Inc.)
- Chicago Health Corps
- Vermont Commission on National and Community Service
- Serve Wisconsin
- Ohio Governor’s Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
- Nevada Volunteers (formerly the Nevada Commission for National and Community Service)
- Mississippi Commission for Volunteer Service
- Maryland Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism
- Iowa Commission on Volunteer Service/National Service Leadership Institute
- Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives (Indiana)
- SERVE Illinois
- California Volunteers
- Serve Ohio
- Public Allies - Cincinnati
- Serve Nebraska
- Project YES!
- OneStar Foundation (Texas)
- Volunteer Florida
- Kansas Volunteer Commission
- City Year Chicago
- Public Allies - Chicago
- Serve Minnesota
- Literacy Volunteers of Illinois