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Self-Actualization: The Desire to Become the Most that One Can Be
Resources for Higher Education
Health and Human Services Programs and Services (HHS)
Health and Human Services (HHS) administers more than 100 programs across its operating divisions. HHS programs protect the health of all Americans and provide essential human services, especially for those who are least able to help themselves.
A grant is a way the government funds your ideas and projects to provide public services and stimulate the economy. Grants support critical recovery initiatives, innovative research, and many other programs listed in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA). A grant is one of many different forms of federal financial assistance. Federal financial assistance is a broad term to refer to the various ways the U.S. government redistributes resources to eligible recipients. On Grants.gov you will find grant and cooperative agreement opportunities from federal agencies that award grants.
View available Grants.
Volunteer Opportunities (benefits.gov)
View available Volunteer Opportunities.
AmeriCorps members and AmeriCorps Seniors volunteers serve directly with nonprofit organizations to tackle our nation’s most pressing challenges.
The Peace Corps is a service opportunity for motivated changemakers to immerse themselves in a community abroad, working side by side with local leaders to tackle the most pressing challenges of our generation.
Rural Development (USDA)
USDA Rural Development is committed to helping improve the economy and quality of life in rural America.
Environmental Justice (EPA)
Environmental justice is the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, or income, with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies. Learn about environmental justice and how to become involved.
Environmental Justice Grants, Funding and Technical Assistance (EPA)
Learn about environmental justice grants and how to apply for them.
Specific EPA Grant Programs (EPA)
The Office of Grants and Debarment establishes and provides national assistance agreement policies, guidance, and training; oversees the Agency's assistance agreement competition policies and practices; provides compliance support; administers assistance agreements; and manages the Agency’s Suspension and Debarment program.
Water Utility Public Awareness Kit (EPA)
Use this kit to help inform your customers and community about the threats to your water system and motivate them to take action. By using several of the most effective communications methods - print, web, and TV - you will reinforce the message and drive home the Call to Action: be aware, be prepared, and show you care
List of Social Media Platforms that EPA Uses (EPA)
EPA uses social media technologies and tools to share information for everyone to gain a better understanding of environmental conditions and solutions.
Resources for Communication and Internet Services
ConnectHomeUSA (Internet Services) (HUD)
ConnectHomeUSA is a movement to bridge the digital divide for HUD-assisted housing residents in the United States under the leadership of national nonprofit EveryoneOn. By helping residents in participating communities to get connected at home and providing access to digital literacy and educational content, we aim to make public housing a platform for change.
Broadband and Internet Services (FCC)
Information on programs and resources for broadband and internet services.
Understanding Your Telephone Bill (FCC)
Monthly wireline or wireless phone bills can be confusing, which may be one reason the FCC receives tens of thousands of billing complaints each year. To avoid surprises, learn to read your bill, understand your rights and know what to do if you find a problem.
Internet Crime Complaint Center (FBI)
You may file a complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) if you believe you have been the victim of an Internet crime or if you want to file on behalf of another person you believe has been such a victim.
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