AmeriCorps Tribal Civilian Community Corps Neighborhood Outreach

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Hoboken, N.J., Dec. 1, 2012 --  AmeriCorps HOOPA Tribal Civilian Community Corps (TCCC) team member Chester McCloud speaks with a resident during door to door contacts as part of AmeriCorps outreach to find Hurricane Sandy survivors who may need help. TCCC is a team based, 9 month tribal (from different tribes across the country) residential program for ages 18-24, whose members reside on the HOOPA Valley Indian Reservation in northern California. AmeriCorps is an important FEMA partner in responding to Hurricane Sandy.  George Armstrong/FEMA
Hoboken, N.J., Dec. 1, 2012 -- AmeriCorps HOOPA Tribal Civilian Community Corps (TCCC) team member Chester McCloud speaks with a resident during door to door contacts as part of AmeriCorps outreach to find Hurricane Sandy survivors who may need help. TCCC is a team based, 9 month tribal (from different tribes across the country) residential program for ages 18-24, whose members reside on the HOOPA Valley Indian Reservation in northern California. AmeriCorps is an important FEMA partner in responding to Hurricane Sandy. George Armstrong/FEMA - Location: Hoboken, NJ