Illinois Campus Compact Executive Director Joins the Serve Illinois Commission
We are proud to announce that ILCC’s executive director, Natalie Furlett has been chosen to serve as a commissioner for the Serve Illinois Commission. The nearly 40-year-old 40-member commission is charged with supporting community service throughout Illinois.
Natalie brings a strong background in volunteerism, national service and student engagement to the commission. As a member of the board that administers the AmeriCorps program throughout Illinois, Natalie will be able to employ her skills as a civic education advocate to guide the Illinois AmeriCorps program forward.
Natalie looks forward to fostering greater collaboration between The Serve Illinois commission and the communities surrounding our campuses. ILCC continues to believe that there is no better way to serve Illinois than to promote civic education.
If you would like to learn more about The Serve Illinois Commission, click here to visit their website.
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