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Michigan Climate Action Network
POSTED 11/17/20

We envision a clean energy future that benefits everyone – especially those most impacted by pollution and climate; creates good, family-sustaining jobs; and moves at the pace that science demands to prevent worsening climate impacts. Michigan made significant progress this year, and we have an opportunity to build on Governor Whitmer’s climate executive order and the 100% renewable energy bills introduced in the legislature to get the kind of bold climate justice solutions we need. Achieving this is going to take everyone, with environmental justice, labor, climate, and other movements coming together around a shared set of policies and priorities with frontline communities and environmental justice groups in the lead to ensure the solutions prioritize impacted communities and workers. MiCAN is seeking an Engagement Director to lead our coalition and movement building work in this direction, focusing on supporting the work in Southeast and West Michigan, where strong justice-led organizing and movement building is already happening and where we are already engaged in some of this work.

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Eastern Michigan University - Parsons Center for the Arts
POSTED 11/13/20

Residency opportunities at the Parsons Center:

Parsons serves as a natural preserve and sanctuary for reflection, spirituality, introspection, and self-discovery for individuals and groups of people. Please submit proposals for residencies to Sandra Murchison at smurchis@emich.edu.    Proposals for artist or scholar in residence will be reviewed on an ongoing basis throughout the year; however, the priority deadline is November 23, 2020.

Proposals should include a CV, one page statement of intent which is mindful of the Parsons’ mission, preferred dates, housing and studio needs. Preference will be given to proposals for residencies that are longer and more fully immersive.

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POSTED 11/10/20

ShareCare of Leelanau, Inc. is seeking a Senior Services Care Manager with a Social Services or Geriatric Nursing experience to oversee care coordination and volunteer-directed services for senior citizens, who live independently in their own homes. ShareCare  is a 27-year-old nonprofit organization that helps Leelanau County senior citizens lead active and independent lives in the comfort of their own home. Volunteers provide services to seniors to ensure their well-being as they age, including: transportation, friendly visits, respite, meals, handyman services, gardening and errands.

The ideal candidate will possess the following skills and competences:

  • Bachelor’s or Master of Social Work, Registered Nurse or health related fied
  • Experience working in geriatrics
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Computer literacy and proficiency with Microsoft Office systems


Salary: 
35-hour week, competitive salary and benefits package

To apply please send:
Cover letter and resume that outlines interest, education, and work experience to Julie@sharecareleelanau.org

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Women's Resource Center of Northern Michigan, Inc.
POSTED 11/09/20

Advocate to provide direct service and crisis intervention to families and children utilizing the Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan’s Children’s Advocacy Center for forensic interviews; ability to multi-task and work within the criminal justice/investigative systems. Full time/benefits. Bachelor’s degree and two years of related professional experience. Send resume to Kristian Coronado, WRCNM, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, Michigan 49770. EOE

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Area Agency on Aging of Northwest Michigan
POSTED 11/02/20

(AAANM) is the place to turn when you need assistance with the complex issues facing older adults, persons with disabilities and their caregivers. Our Michigan Medicare Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP) counselors work with individuals in need of MMAP assistance. We are seeking a part time coordinator for this program. This personal would serve as the Regional MMAP Coordinator for northwest Michigan, overseeing program performance, informing MMAP sites and counselors of policies, procedures and standards.

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NEW
POSTED 10/23/20

NEW seeks a dynamic, organized, and customer-focused Organizational Development Consultant to engage in capacity building, strategic planning, board development, group facilitation, and training with nonprofit and social sector clients.  The person in this role will be committed to approaching their work with consciousness and intentionality around the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion. The OD Consultant will demonstrate a passion for and ability to deliver exemplary customer service; an interest in engaging with nonprofit leaders from organizations large and small, and a commitment to the pursuit of NEW’s vision.  

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POSTED 10/23/20

The Michigan Organization on Adolescent Sexual Health is seeking a .75FTE (average of 32 hours per week) Human Resources (HR) Director. The HR Director will oversee the development and implementation of activities related to HR. Rolling application process until the position is filled, aiming for a December 1, 2020 start date. 

Please send a resume, cover letter, and three professional references to info@moash.org.

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Independent Citizen's Redistricting Commission, Michigan Dept of State
POSTED 10/12/20

Seeking an experienced executive with solution-oriented, results-driven management and collaborative leadership skills to serve as the Executive Director of Michigan's first-ever Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission. In September 2020, the randomly-selected Commission of 13 citizens met for the first time and voted to hire an Executive Director. The Executive Director will assist the Commission in all of their duties as they embark on a new process involving new redistricting criteria and requiring transparency and public engagement throughout the map-drawing process. Final maps must be completed and approved by November 1, 2021.

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Michigan Nonprofit Association
POSTED 10/12/20

This position is a 14-month grant-funded position, intended to support MNA’s Civic & Community Engagement goals. This position will mobilize nonprofits, who serve underrepresented communities across Michigan and encourage them to learn about as well as engage with the new Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission (ICRC). The work will build the Michigan Complete Count Campaign with the goals of continuing to strengthen the statewide civic engagement infrastructure by educating nonprofits and communities on the new redistricting process and what’s at stake regarding fair representation.

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Grand Traverse Regional Community Foundation
POSTED 10/04/20

The Communications Manager position is primarily aligned with our strategic goal of cultivating a culture of generosity and provides leadership for internal and external communications of the Foundation. This position is responsible for all marketing, communications, and public relations duties, and oversees printed publications, media and social media, and community events. The Communications Manager develops and implements communication and outreach strategies that are designed to attract and inspire existing and future donors, reach a broad base of audiences, and maximize the visibility of the Foundation's work.

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Michigan Organization on Adolescent Sexual Health
POSTED 10/02/20

The Michigan Organization on Adolescent Sexual Health is seeking a full-time (average of 40 hours per week) Advocacy Director. The Advocacy Director will oversee the coordination and implementation of activities related to advocacy, including volunteer coordination, advocacy days, youth workshops, and other programs. This position is grant-funded through January 2022. Salary is $50,000 per 1.0 FTE.

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Michigan College Access Network
POSTED 09/25/20

Michigan College Access Network (MCAN), in close partnership with Michigan colleges and universities, seeks to help more Michigan students pursue postsecondary education. MCAN’s College Completion Corps will place full-time AmeriCorps members on community college campuses to supplement campus efforts to increase persistence and completion of first-generation college-going students, low-income students, and students of color.

Members will serve as coaches to a defined cohort of 100-150 students over the course of a year, guiding students through the development of a college completion plan and assisting with the navigation of an academic year. Working in partnership with professional campus staff, coaches will organize learning sessions for small groups, coordinate 1:1 meetings with students, and provide reminders of key activities (such as course registration deadlines and FAFSA completion workshops) via technology prompts. The purpose of this program is to assist students with their acclimation to campus, build their knowledge of campus systems and resources, and help them successfully persist to completion. AmeriCorps members are also responsible for recruiting a minimum of ten volunteers to serve through National Days of Service or campus-based service opportunities.

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