Campus Climate Action Corps (CCAC) is the first nationwide AmeriCorps program solely dedicated to campus-based, community-led climate action. CCAC builds the capacity of campuses and their community partners to create change that leads to increased energy efficiency and improvements for at-risk ecosystems by implementing local solutions for underserved households and communities.

CCAC is focused on supporting campus/community partnerships that:

  1. Raise awareness and address urgent climate issues in underserved communities
  2. Lower energy use and energy costs for low-income households
  3. Improve at-risk ecosystems in underserved areas
  4. Support and improve green job pathways

Get involved with CCAC

Serve with CCAC

Are you ready to answer the urgent call to address climate change? Join CCAC's AmeriCorps program! 

Become a CCAC AmeriCorps Member
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Become a CCAC Host Site

For a moderate programmatic fee, your campus can leverage an energized team of AmeriCorps members to contribute to sustainability efforts on campus and in local communities. 

Become a CCAC Host Site

How it works

CCAC AmeriCorps Members:

  • Host community environmental education events
  • Conduct home energy assessments, including home energy assistance referrals
  • Implement low-tech home energy interventions to help advance public knowledge and increase motivation to conserve energy and reduce carbon emissions.
  • Implement projects in underserved communities that enhance ecosystem health and leverage local volunteers to support CCAC environmental stewardship activities. 

Subscribe to the CCAC Newsletter

Get monthly updates on CCAC initiatives, ways to be a part of climate action, environmental and money saving tips, environmental news stories, and more!

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Proud partner of AmeriCorps and the American Climate Corps

Campus Compact is proud to partner with AmeriCorps and the American Climate Corps to present the Campus Climate Action Corps program.

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History of CCAC

CCAC is built on the foundation laid by Maine Campus Compact's signature climate justice programs, the Maine Partnership for Environmental Stewardship (MPES) and Maine Energy AmeriCorps Programs (MEAP).

These programs ran from 2017-2021 with AmeriCorps members creating positive change for underserved communities throughout Maine. In the Maine program, AmeriCorps members' projects included conducting basic home energy assessments and building window insulating inserts for low-income households. CCAC aims to expand this model to include more services for low-income households in all regions throughout the country. 

Current CCAC Host Sites

Campus Climate Action Corps operates at colleges and universities across the United States. Please visit our current host sites page to learn more about where we're operating. 

Download CCAC Resources

CCAC produces flyers, brochures, guides, and more about home energy efficiency, ecosystem health, and more. Click the link below to visit our downloads page. 

Environment for Everyone Campaign

CCAC's Environment for Everyone campaign is a public awareness campaign that promotes individual climate actions to help reduce the harmful impacts of climate change by providing information, resources, and opportunities to people of all demographics. Campaign materials are sent out via the CCAC mailing list and the Campus Compact Instagram page. Visit the campaign web page by clicking the link below! 

The CCAC Team

Sally Slovenski

CCAC Program Director & Executive Director, Maine Campus Compact

Sara Boscacci

Campus Climate Action Corps Program Manager

Breanna Mihalovich

Campus Climate Action Corps Program Coordinator

Glennys Navarrete

Campus Climate Action Corps Program Coordinator

Dan Ashurst

CCAC AmeriCorps Social Media Coordinator

Amber Butler

CCAC AmeriCorps Environmental Education Coordinator

Marshall Fredericksen

CCAC AmeriCorps Energy Efficiency Coordinator

Will Longo

CCAC AmeriCorps Energy Efficiency Coordinator

Kristina Woodward

CCAC AmeriCorps Communications Coordinator