Michigan Community Action is a member service network dedicated to reducing poverty in Michigan by supporting Community Action Agencies in their quest to change the lives of low-income Michiganders. We invite you to learn more about Community Action, the causes we’re fighting for, and the progress we're making. 

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MCA is Offering a Free Webinar Presented by CAPLAW

December 17 at 1:00 PM EST

Governance: All a-Board! Considerations for Board Recruitment, Engagement, and Alignment

Active and engaged board members who possess diverse, yet complementary skill-sets and expertise help position an organization to succeed and amplify its impact in the community and beyond. It is imperative when recruiting board members, to consider the areas of knowledge that would be beneficial to the organization, and keeping in mind applicable legal requirements, to seek board members who offer added value in those areas. Within the context of the federal CSBG tripartite board requirements, we will present strategies for thinking about board composition and recruitment that can assist organizations as they develop their boards. We will discuss ways to engage board members so that their skills and knowledge are put to the best possible use on behalf of the organization.

To sign up for this free webinar go here.

Michigan Energy Options is Seeking an Energy Specialist

Please see the PDF for the full job description

Healthy Michigan Plan (HMP) Work Requirements

These requirements are starting January 1, 2020.  Please click each image to enlarge.  

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Preparations for Flooding

Michigan has had record levels of rain this spring. With more rain on the way, here are some tips to prepare your home and your family.Read More

   

Michigan Community Action Opposes Directive No. 14 to Change the Way Official Poverty Measure is Calculated

The calculation of the Official Poverty Measure (OPM) sets guidelines for people to qualify for help with life-saving programs like food assistance, housing, health care and transportation services.  The Trump Administration has proposed a change to the calculation of the OPM that would exclude more Michigan families from benefits they need to live modestly and safely in our communities.  Please see our statement on Directive No. 14.

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Current Job Opportunities in Community Action

DICSA is Seeking a Finance Director

Job Opening:      Finance Director (Full Time, Exempt Position)
Start Date:           January 1, 2020
Qualifications:    Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or related and at least 3 years of experience
Benefits:              Medical, dental, vision, life insurance; paid sick and vacation; matching 457b
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DICSA is a non-profit Community Action Agency serving primarily Dickinson and Iron Counties in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The Finance Director is a key position and is responsible for the financial management of the agency including budgets, audits, monitoring, reporting, and compliance. See the Employment Tab for a full job description at www.dicsami.org. DICSA is an equal opportunity employer.

To apply, please submit a letter of interest and resume/qualifications via email or hard copy to:

Dana Waara, HR Director
1238 Carpenter Ave.
Iron Mountain, MI 49801

 


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MCA is a proud member of America’s Poverty Fighting Network, the Community Action Partnership