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Our Structure

How all the pieces of the FoodCorps puzzle fit together.

Our 182 AmeriCorps service members are at 500 schools working with 145 partners in 16 states and Washington, D.C.

 

 

Each state also has a FoodCorps fellow, a statewide team leader who has formerly served with FoodCorps as a service member.

To read more about that program, visit our Fellowship Program page.

 

Each state has a partner organization that hosts FoodCorps activities.

Local schools and organizations know their communities best. Instead of duplicating existing efforts or competing with other organizations already doing great work, FoodCorps has galvanized a national network of state and local partners, aligned our collective efforts through consistent strategies and common metrics, and put our corps members under their direction.

    To read more about where those partnerships are located, visit our Where We Work page.

    Host Sites: Our State-Level Partners

    • Direct the FoodCorps program across their whole state, usually through a network of Service Sites
    • Collaborate with the national office on recruiting and selecting service members
    • Share responsibility for evaluation and accountability
    • Are high-capacity nonprofit organizations, agencies or institutions of higher education
    • Are chosen by FoodCorps


    Service Sites: Our Community-Level Partners

    • Direct the work of FoodCorps service members in a specific community or school
    • Collaborate with the Host Site on recruiting and selecting service members
    • Share responsibility for evaluation and accountability
    • Are grassroots nonprofits, public schools or districts, and community-based organizations
    • Are chosen by the Host Site in their state

     

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