The Montana Commission on Community Service was created by the 1993 Legislature at the Request of the Governor (MCA 90-14-101ff), in an effort to support community-based volunteer programs focused on addressing critical community needs. The Commission is a diverse, non-partisan body representing a broad cross-section of community service interests and statewide leadership in Montana. The Commission’s vision for Montana is healthy, vibrant communities where individuals are empowered to strengthen communities through service and volunteerism.
Commission Meeting Agenda October 11, 2018
The next Commission meeting will be held on December 12th, 2018 at the Montana State Capitol.
Commission Contact Sheet
Honorarium and Travel Reimbursement Form for Commissioners
We currently have three openings on the Commission: Youth Representative (ages 16-25 and involved with a service, national, or campus program), Tribal Representative, and Community-Based Organization Representative. Apply here: http://svc.mt.gov/gov/boards/apply.aspx