Mission & Vision


The InterCorps Council of Minnesota (ICC) is a peer-led organization of AmeriCorps members, representing State, National, and VISTA programs throughout Minnesota. The vision of the InterCorps Council of Minnesota is to promote engagement, communication, collaboration, and education to empower AmeriCorps members and the Minnesota community.

Council Make Up


The ICC is composed of current AmeriCorps service members who serve in two capacities: ambassadors or members. Greater Minnesota service members have the opportunity to serve as an ambassador, while Twin Cities service members have the opportunity to serve with one of the five committees:

To learn more about how members are selected and why you should be on the council, click Join ICC

  1. Executive
  2. Communications (CoCo)
  3. Training and Education (TED)
  4. Service
  5. Social and Networking (SoNet)

In addition to service members, ICC has two advisors who represent ServeMinnesota, the state's Commission on National and Community Service, and the Minnesota Office of Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS). 


Council Handbook

In the spring of 2011, a task force created a handbook of policies and procedures for the InterCorps Council of Minnesota. It was updated in October 2016. In an effort to increase transparency, you can find the handbook here. 

InterCorps Council of Minnesota Policies and Procedures Handbook