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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Statement from Michigan Community Action about the Social Justice Roots of Our Movement and Anti-Racism

Read this statement on our NEWS page.  

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Training Requests/Proposal link is now open

Are you a trainer or speaker with great content that you would like to share with our Community Action network in Michigan? Are you a Michigan Community Action member who has a training topic or speaker you would like to have us pursue? Please fill out this form and help us shape our training offerings to be the best for Michigan CAAs.
 

Our Virtual Summer Conference registration is open!

Our conference planning is underway!  Head over to our conference page for updates on our Summer Conference and details on how to register.

Michigan Community Action's Social and Racial Justice Team Series

The MCA Social and Racial Justice Team Series is a set of training and learning resources for community action agencies and anti-poverty activists. We are committed to fulfilling the promise of Community Action to serve all people by deepening our learning about antiracism, diversity, equity and inclusion and taking action. Trainings are free for Michigan Community Action members; non-members are encouraged to attend for a suggested donation of $25 per training to the Michigan Community Action Greatest Needs Fund

Please click the image below for full descriptions of each of the sessions that MCA is offering.  To register for these trainings to be held at 12-2 PM EST on the dates below please click here

MCA Social and Racial Justice Team Series

 

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Current Job Opportunities in Community Action

Northwest Michigan Community Action Agency (NMCAA) is seeking two Utility Case Managers

NMCAA is hiring two Utility Case Manager Positions to help administer utility assistance through the Covid Emergency Rental Assistance (CERA) grant. These positions will be temporary (through September 2022 or until grant funds are expended, whichever comes first), $16.65/hour, 40 hours/week and includes benefits. This is a remote position, open to applicants across the state of Michigan. Please click here for complete job description  and here to apply.


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