Findings and purpose.
SUBCHAPTER I—NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE STATE GRANT PROGRAM
Division A—General Provisions
Study of program effectiveness.
Division B—School-Based and Community-Based Service-Learning Programs
Part I—Programs for Elementary and Secondary School Students
Assistance to States, territories, and Indian tribes.
Consideration of applications.
Participation of students and teachers from private schools.
Federal, State, and local contributions.
Limitations on uses of funds.
12530, 12531, 12541 to 12547, 12551. Omitted.
Part II—Higher Education Innovative Programs for Community Service
Higher education innovative programs for community service.
Campuses of Service.
Part III—Innovative and Community-Based Service-Learning Programs and Research
Innovative and community-based service-learning programs and research.
Part IV—Service-Learning Impact Study
Study and report.
Division C—National Service Trust Program
Part I—Investment in National Service
Authority to provide assistance and approved national service positions.
National service programs eligible for program assistance.
Types of national service positions eligible for approval for national service educational awards.
Types of program assistance.
Other special assistance.
Part II—Application and Approval Process
Provision of assistance and approved national service positions.
Educational awards only program.
Application for assistance and approved national service positions.
National service program assistance requirements.
Ineligible service categories.
Prohibited activities and ineligible organizations.
Consideration of applications.
Part III—National Service Participants
Description of participants.
Selection of national service participants.
Terms of service.
Living allowances for national service participants.
National service educational awards.
Division D—National Service Trust and Provision of Educational Awards
Establishment of the National Service Trust.
Transfer of funds; notice to Congress.
Individuals eligible to receive an educational award from the Trust.
Certifications of successful completion of terms of service.
Determination of the amount of the educational award.
Disbursement of educational awards.
Approval process for approved positions.
Division E—National Civilian Community Corps
Establishment of National Civilian Community Corps Program.
National service program.
Summer national service program.
National Civilian Community Corps.
Authorized benefits for Corps members.
Status of Corps members and Corps personnel under Federal law.
Contract and grant authority.
Responsibilities of Department of Defense.
Division F—Administrative Provisions
Family and medical leave.
Prohibition on use of funds.
Notice, hearing, and grievance procedures.
Nonduplication and nondisplacement.
State Commissions on National and Community Service.
Civic Health Assessment and volunteering research and evaluation.
Engagement of participants.
Partnerships with schools.
Rights of access, examination, and copying.
Drug-free workplace requirements.
Availability of assistance.
Consolidated application and reporting requirements.
Generation of volunteers.
Limitation on program grant costs.
Matching funds for severely economically distressed communities.
Audits and reports.
Restrictions on Federal Government and use of Federal funds.
Criminal history checks.
Division G—Corporation for National and Community Service
Corporation for National and Community Service.
Board of Directors.
Authorities and duties of the Board of Directors.
Chief Executive Officer.
Authorities and duties of the Chief Executive Officer.
Employees, consultants, and other personnel.
Corporation State offices.
VISTA Advance Payments Revolving Fund.
Assignment to State Commissions.
Study of involvement of veterans.
Division H—Investment for Quality and Innovation
Part I—Additional Corporation Activities To Support National Service
Additional Corporation activities to support national service.
Presidential awards for service.
Silver Scholarships and Encore Fellowships.
Part II—National Service Reserve Corps
National Service Reserve Corps.
Part III—Social Innovation Funds Pilot Program
Part IV—National Service Programs Clearinghouses; Volunteer Generation Fund
National service programs clearinghouses.
Volunteer generation fund.
Part V—Nonprofit Capacity Building Program
Nonprofit capacity building.
Division I—American Conservation and Youth Service Corps
Limitation on purchase of capital equipment.
Focus of programs.
Public lands or Indian lands.
Training and education services.
Preference for certain projects.
Age and citizenship criteria for enrollment.
Use of volunteers.
Federal and State employee status.
Urban Youth Corps.
Division K—Training and Technical Assistance
Training and technical assistance.
SUBCHAPTER II—POINTS OF LIGHT FOUNDATION
12661 to 12664. Repealed.
SUBCHAPTER III—PROJECTS HONORING VICTIMS OF TERRORIST ATTACKS
SUBCHAPTER IV—AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS
Authorization of appropriations.
Actions under national service laws to be subject to availability of appropriations.
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