Celebrating Project Innovation and Achievement in the Corps World
The 2020 Projects of the Year were announced in December 2019 and were recognized at Thrive: The Power of Community, The Corps Network’s 2020 National Conference. Information regarding the 2021 award will be available in September 2020. Read about our 2020 nominees.
Questions? Contact Hannah Traverse, [email protected]
About the Award
At The Corps Network’s annual National Conference in Washington, DC, we honor select Corps that have undertaken especially noteworthy endeavors within the past year. The Project of the Year Award celebrates the important services Corps provide to communities and young people across the country. Projects of the Year are innovative and demonstrate a Corps’ ability to give Corpsmembers a positive experience and provide the community with meaningful improvements.
Awardees are typically announced in November or December. They are officially recognized at the National Conference in February.
How are Projects of the Year Chosen?
The Corps Network solicits Project of the Year nominations from our member Corps. Projects must demonstrate meaningful impact on the Corpsmembers involved, as well as qualitative and quantitative effects on the community. Nominations are reviewed by a panel consisting of members of our Corps Council, and staff from The Corps Network and our member Corps.
Click here for a list of past Projects of the Year. The Award has been presented at every National Conference since 2007.
Congratulations to our winners of the 2019 Project of the Year award!
Bear Mountain Trails Project (New York-New Jersey Trail Conference)
Construction Apprenticeship Readiness Program (Urban Corps of San Diego County)
Verde Community Impact Collaborative (Santa Fe YouthWorks)
GulfCorps (collaboration of multiple Corps)
All awardees were recognized in February at Resilience, The Corps Network 2019 National Conference.