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About NSIP

The National Service Inclusion Project (NSIP) is a Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) training and technical assistance provider. Through comprehensive training, technical assistance, and product dissemination, NSIP strives to ensure meaningful service experiences for all Americans, regardless of their abilities. Most services are free of charge-call for more information. 1-888-491-0326 (V/TTY)

NSIP offers:

Our team is happy to work with you to design a workshop, training, or strategic planning session to meet the unique needs of your state or program. Below is a partial listing of training and technical assistance topics:

Values That Guide and Current Best Practices on Inclusion

Disclosure

Outreach, Recruitment, and Retention

Legal Responsibilities

Reasonable Accommodations

Accessibility and Design

Specialized Other Topics

You can also design a training or strategic planning retreat. Request technical assistance from the National Service Inclusion Project.

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©The National Service Inclusion Project (NSIP) is a training and technical assistance provider on disability inclusion, under a cooperative agreement (#08TAHMA001) from Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS). NSIP partners with the Association on University Centers on Disability, National Council on Independent Living, Association on Higher Education and Disability and National Down Syndrome Congress to build connections between disability organizations and all CNCS grantees, including national directs, to increase the participation of people with disabilities in national service.