SerVermont (formally the Vermont Commission on National and Community Service) has recently undergone a name and logo change to better promote our values of service, volunteerism and civic engagement in the state of Vermont. Please stay tuned as we continue to update our website and communication materials throughout this transition!
Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service
On April 9, 2013, mayors around the country came together for the first ever Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service to recognize the positive impact of national service on our communities, to thank AmeriCorps and Senior Corps members and to encourage citizens to give back to their communities. Burlington Mayor Weinberger, Montpelier Mayor Hollar and Barre Mayor Lauzon all participated in this event, showing their support for national service. For more information about the Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service click here.
April 9, 2013, Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger speaks up in support of national service on the Mayors Day of Service Recognition.
AmeriCorps Members, Alumni, Programs, and Sponsors:
Sport your "A" to help promote our value in national service and volunteerism!
SerVermont administers funding to the state's AmeriCorps National service programs, Vermont's AmeriCorps*VISTA Program, and promotes, supports, and recognizes volunteerism and community service throughout Vermont. SerVermont is made up of a group of passionate governor appointed commissioners supported by a core staff of 3.