Friday, August 7, 2015

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Nonprofit Job Center Listings - August 7, 2015

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!!!

Managing Director of Strategic Partnerships (Royal Oak)
The Education Trust-Midwest seeks a full-time Managing Director of Strategic Partnerships to develop and lead new partnerships – and deepen existing partnerships – to advance educational quality and equity for all Michigan children. Reporting to the Executive Director in our Royal Oak office and working in close partnership with the organization’s program directors, the Managing Director of Strategic Partnerships will provide overall direction to develop, coordinate, and implement the organization’s collaborative efforts to advance a state-wide policy and educational agenda on behalf of students, in partnership with other organizations across the state.
Please visit: for full job description.
Please e-mail a cover letter, resume and writing sample to Please use “Managing Director” as the subject line for your e-mail. We review applications on a rolling basis.

Director of Policy, Research and Practice (Royal Oak)
The Director of Policy, Research and Practice is a key member of ETM’s leadership and management team. This leader directs the policy and research team, and also works closely with and will manage ETM’s new Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, a new team focused on working with educators and schools to raise teaching and learning in high-poverty schools in West Michigan.
Please visit: for a full job description.
Please e-mail a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and contact information for three references to Please use “Director of Policy, Research and Practice” as the subject line for your e-mail. We review applications on a rolling basis, so it is to your advantage to apply as soon as possible.

Director of Development (Flint)
Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor degree from an accredited university in the field of public relations, marketing, communications or a related field plus at least three (3) years of fundraising experience
Professional experience in special event planning and organizing.
Meet State "Good Moral Character" guidelines
Essential Duties:
Plan, organize, implement, manage, monitor and modify fund raising activities including the special events for the Agency
Develop, cultivate and maintain close contacts with donors and potential donors, oversee Cultivation & Stewardship Committee
Recruit, supervise and train staff and volunteers assigned to the Development Department
Establish and maintain a positive working relationship with the Agency’s finance and program departments
Represent the agency to outside groups and organizations including speaking engagements.
Attend and report Development’s activities at scheduled Board meetings
Work with staff, Board, committees and volunteers to develop and implement fund raising strategies
Collaboratively works with CEO and other Development department personnel, on grant writing contract for the Agency
Secure gifts to support the Agency, its fund raising campaign(s), and its endowment
Maintain essential records and gift acknowledgements
Oversee the preparation of grant proposals to foundations, trusts, corporations and other organizations
All interested and qualified applicants should send their cover letter and resume to

Financial Administrator (Detroit)
Financial Administrator - Detroit
The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order
Inspired by the gospel of Jesus and the example of Francis of Assisi, the Capuchin friars of the Province of St. Joseph, together with our partners in ministry, prayerfully build sister-brotherhood in the world. We attend simply and directly to the spiritual and other basic human needs, especially those of the poor and disenfranchised, promoting justice for all.
The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order, is currently seeking a Financial Administrator who will process and analyze financial information and assist the province and provincial ministries.
Please view detailed Responsibilities and Qualifications at:
The review of resumes will begin immediately.
Please send letter of interest and resume to:
Please include Financial Administrator in the subject line.
Or mail to:
Attention: Human Resources
Financial Administrator
The Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order
1820 Mt. Elliott Street
Detroit, MI 48207

Editorial and Office Assistant (Lansing)
The Historical Society of Michigan seeks a qualified individual to serve as an Editorial and Office Assistant.
The Editorial and Office Assistant writes and/or edits articles, blurbs, news briefs, letters and other correspondence, social media posts, and other assignments. The successful candidate will also assist with publication and marketing efforts, both online and in print; photo acquisition; and data entry and/or database management. In addition, this position will perform various office support duties, such as answering phones and e-mails, organizing meetings, and procuring supplies. This is a full-time position.
Minimum Qualifications:
Minimum of 2-3 years professional experience writing, copyediting, and proofreading, experience working in marketing is a plus
Bachelor’s degree in English, journalism, communications, marketing, or a related field
Experience with office operations, equipment, and procedures
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, along with strong vocabulary, spelling and grammar skills, and attention to detail
Competency using Microsoft Office, experience using Adobe Creative Suite and basic HTML coding a plus
High level of problem solving and organizational skills
Demonstrated ability to work independently and as a team member
Interest in or experience working with nonprofit organizations
Interest in Michigan history is a plus
Visit for a full position description.
We encourage applications from under-represented groups, including minorities, women, and people with disabilities.
To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to

Coordinator for Tutoring Services and Supplemental Instruction (Livonia)
Designs and maintains tutor and supplemental instruction CRLA certification, program records, and materials.
Maintains the tutor/SI management system.
Recruits, selects, trains, and evaluate student employees.
Monitors the payroll of student employees.
Prepares and conducts comprehensive tutor/SI trainings and observations each term.
Works with faculty and TRIO staff to meet the academic needs of students.
Works with the Director of Center for Personalized Instruction and academic departments to identify courses compatible with the goals of Supplemental Instruction.
Develops and executes a comprehensive assessment plan to improve services and supports strategies for traditional and non-traditional students’ success.
Schedules academic success strategy/skill building workshops each term.
Serves as a campus resource person for special events, projects, and institutional committees.
Provides academic guidance for a caseload of assigned students.
Serves on assigned committees and taskforces.
Oversees the scheduling of rooms, times for all SI sessions.
Prepares all communications to market SI and tutoring offerings including the University Schedule of Courses, flyers, webpage notices and any other promotional opportunities.
Prepares statistical reports that inform future offerings and continuous quality improvement of tutoring services.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in business administration, education, or counseling and/or related field required. Master’s degree in student affairs administration preferred. Experience working in higher education setting and/or an academic support environment is preferred.
Please complete the application at

Department Assistant (Lansing)
Reports to: MLS Manager and Chief Executive Officer
Major Purpose: Administrative support for the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) activities. This position provides clerical, administrative and substantive support with a focus on positive membership service experience, data entry and office management.
Primary Responsibilities
Support the MLS activities of the Greater Lansing Association of REALTORS®
Input data and keep the MLS system accurate and up to date
Answer members’ questions and help train members on different MLS system features
Compile and maintain monthly MLS audits
Track, report and communicate with members on any listing errors in the MLS system
Assist with non member listings; Answer nonmember questions, record and input these listings.
Organize and maintain files and documents
Complete physical inventory count monthly
Compile monthly statistics
Run daily reports and record statistics
Serve as back up for Membership Services Representative at Front Desk
Complete projects and perform other duties as assigned by the MLS Manager and/or the Chief Executive Officer
Excellent customer service skills with at least two-years of experience
Ability to effectively work, manage and organize numerous tasks, projects and issues
Ability to project a professional demeanor on the phone and in person and produce professional documents with minimal errors
Proven attention to detail
Proficient computer skills and experience with Outlook, Microsoft Word and Excel.
Please send all cover letters and resumes to

Academic AllStars AmeriCorps Member (Detroit, Pontiac, Flint, Saginaw, Lansing)
The Youth Development Commission (YDC) is now recruiting young adult leaders, ages 20-24, who are interested in making a difference in the lives of Detroit’s youth. Interested parties with at least 2 years (48 credit hours) of college may apply to become AmeriCorps Members for our Academic All-Stars Program.
Academic All-Stars will launch this fall at 14 High Schools in Detroit, Pontiac, Flint, Saginaw and Lansing. This program will place AmeriCorps Members in these schools to perform the following duties:
oversee a school-based, high school/college mentoring program
assist with recruiting mentors/mentees and document progress
assist with implanting an innovative learning system
provide ongoing support to mentors/mentees and identify barriers and opportunities
coordinate school-based activities including interactive games and group discussions, as well as field trip outings
The AmeriCorps Member will earn an educational award, a monthly stipend, health insurance, and child care (if needed). The application deadline is August 30, 2015 at 12:00 a.m. Applications may be found at
Return completed applications to the YDC office at 30 E. Canfield Detroit, MI 48201.

Data Resources Coordinator (Detroit)
The Michigan Opera Theatre seeks applications for the position of Data Resources Coordinator. The Data Resources Coordinator is responsible for developing and implementing guidelines, procedures and processes to ensure data quality improvement through data stewardship. S/he supports the business goals of the company by entering, extracting and reporting on data for the Patron Management Team.
Qualified candidates will have several years of demonstrated success working with and managing a relational database. Candidates must have a detail-oriented penchant for and a love of precision, an understanding of basic accounting principles, and clear communication skills. This position does not require programming skills, but such skills would be a plus (e.g. knowledge of Microsoft Access, basic SQL programming, and/or Tessitura Software). Knowledge or experience with not-for-profit fundraising and/or sales software is also helpful but not required.
Please visit our web site at to view the complete job description, and for more information about our organization
To apply for this position in confidence, send resume and cover letter to Patricia Walker:
Michigan Opera Theatre is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity in our workforce.

Director of Economic Security (Lansing)
The Director of Economic Security oversees the MiCAFE program and other ELM initiatives intended to help low-income Michigan seniors achieve and preserve their economic security. The Director of Economic Security is responsible for managing related facilitating collaborative partnerships to expand and sustain the MiCAFE program throughout the State of Michigan. This includes coalition building, consensus decision making, and ongoing support of a diverse group of project partners, as well as resource cultivation. The Director of Economic Security manages a small staff in our Lansing and Detroit office and has several direct reports who oversee divisions of the departments.
Bachelor degree required, Master’s degree in Social Work, Public Administration, or related field preferred. Knowledge of, or ability to quickly obtain knowledge of, the aging services provided in Michigan. Experience managing staff. Experience speaking publicly. Experience representing an organization publicly and before legislature. Experience teaching and/or training adults. Experience or relevant coursework in project management concepts. Proven strong communication skills in the following areas: written, oral, and active listening. Basic understanding of how adults process information (adult learning theory) and experience applying that knowledge. Basic understanding of Microsoft Office Suite Programs including but not limited to Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. This is a full-time, non-exempt salaried position. Salary is based on experience. A generous leave policy is available, with 4 weeks PTO during the first year. Health care coverage, funded by ELM is available. Ongoing professional development is encouraged through mentoring, classes, etc.
Please email resumes and cover letter to

Manager of Education and Community Programs (Detroit)
The Michigan Opera Theatre seeks applications for the position of Manager of Education and Community Programs. The position is responsible for developing and presenting educational programming through a variety of in-school and community based offerings. The Manager of Education and Community Programs works closely with key staff and leaders to re-imagine and build MOT’s Education and Community Programs with the goal of increasing educational impact, relevance, and sustainability.
The selected candidate will have several years of demonstrated success in managing the full functions of a community education program or similar performing arts entity. S/he will have experience in working with and mentoring students and young singers, and is expected to have a substantial knowledge of operatic repertoire focused on educational programming. Excellent management and administrative capabilities are required, including experience managing program budgets.
Please visit our web site at to view the complete job description and position requirements, and for more information about our organization.
To apply for this position in confidence, send resume and cover letter to Patricia Walker:
Michigan Opera Theatre is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity in our workforce.

Communications Associate (Royal Oak)
The communications associate will be responsible for implementing strategic public relations efforts, assisting in the development and updating of communications plans and working to elevate community voices through grassroots engagement strategies.
Please visit: for a full job description.
Email your cover letter, resume and 2-3 brief writing samples to Cumulative writing samples should not exceed 10 pages. Please use “Communications Associate” as the subject line for your email. We review applications on a rolling basis.
The Education Trust-Midwest is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages diversity in all facets of the organization’s work.

Intern (Southfield)
Michigan IPL is a coalition of faith communities across the state. We have two primary goals:
Foster and create an educated faith constituency that’s committed to proactive solutions to decreasing harmful coal plant emissions through energy efficiency & renewable technologies.
Convince public officials, businesses, and utilities to significantly reduce energy demand and move Michigan to a cleaner, more efficient energy system.
We are looking for a bright, hard-working, self-motivated individual who is committed to our mission, “to support Michigan faith communities in becoming better stewards of the earth by promoting and implementing energy efficiency, renewable energy, and related sustainable practices through education, advocacy, and action.”
Our work involves several different types of job tasks, and we are willing to create a position for our Sustainability Program Intern that will coincide with the Intern’s interests/strengths.
Tasks could include the following:
Coordinating workshops in houses of worship
Creating narratives about our work to use in our communications
Sustainability movement team building within houses of worship
Conducting energy audits for houses of worship
Working with houses of worship on installing energy efficient upgrades
Advocacy work on sustainability issues, i.e. letter writing campaigns, organizing legislative visits
Outreach to house of worship to engage in our programs and join Michigan IPL
If interested, please send resume, cover letter, and contact information for three references to with “Sustainability Program Intern” in the email subject line. Call Cathy Marshall, Michigan IPL Deputy Director, with questions, 248-537-9175.

Michigan Foreclosure Prevention Corps (Statewide)
The Michigan Foreclosure Prevention Corps is recruiting for 17 members to serve throughout Michigan. Duties include intake and triage for at risk-homeowners, planning and implementing resource fairs and Volunteer Income Tax Assistance sites and facilitating financial literacy workshops. Every member is responsible for recruiting and managing volunteers, participating actively in building the capacity of the host agency and for ensuring that each client they interact with has a better understanding of community resources available.
The Michigan Foreclosure Prevention Corps is an AmeriCorps program. All program participants receive the following benefits:
Annual living allowance of $12,530
Eli Segal education award of $5,730 for successful completion of service year Qualified loans placed into forbearance and interest accrued during year paid Childcare benefits provided if eligible Health care insurance (for member only)
A list of positions available, locations and an overview of their tasks is available at

Director of Retail Operations (Grandville)
Organization Name: Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids
Job Title: Director of Retail Operations
Job Type: Full Time
Salary: $60,000 Per Year
Job Description:
Lead quality improvement efforts within span of control.
Understand, develop and implement strategies concerning retailing & thrift retailing trends, new goods purchasing & merchandising strategies and supply chain & value stream management principles.
Develop a short and long-range plan for retail and donation center operations.
Develop and manage the budget for multiple operations. Achieve budgeted revenue and operating gain.
Establish performance criteria for all retail and donation center departments.
Provide leadership to develop and implement methods to meet staffing requirements of retail operations.
Work with senior management to identify and launch new stores, donation centers and other operational locations.
Provide leadership to enhance current retail & donation center operations through increased efficiencies, reaching new markets, creating new markets, diversifying product line, etc.
Provide leadership to staff, implementing a total quality improvement system to assure customer satisfaction at all levels.
Handle all personnel and customer service issues beyond the scope of front line management staff.
Work closely with Director of Donated Goods Operations and other donated goods senior management to maximize sales and operating gain.
QUALIFICATIONS/BASIC JOB REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree in Business Administration or similar field. Five or more years of substantive supervisory experience in retail operations.
To Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to Ana Galloway at

Coordinator for Academic Enrichment (Livonia)
Provides training and on-going development of mentors as well as evaluation of performance.
Assists with the marketing and recruitment of eligible TRIO students.
Coordinates TRIO orientation for new students.
Recruits, selects, and supervises TRIO peer mentors while maintaining certification of the mentoring program.
Organizes and implements academic skills building and financial literacy sessions as well as leadership and cultural learning activities and opportunities for all TRIO students
Develops activities and support of TRIO students in conjunction with Liaisons at SWEEP and in the Office of Disability Resources.
Assists the Director with planning and evaluating TRIO services and student progress including the intake process for new students as well as reviewing the needs of returning students.
Serves as adviser for Chi Alpha Epsilon (XAE), TRIO national honor society and other TRIO student organizations.
Responsible for TRIO communications to students.
Provides academic guidance each semester to a caseload of students as assigned.
Coordinates plan to increase student contacts with the TRIO program and prepare statistical reports to inform the evaluation process and make continuous program improvements.
Serves on assigned institutional committees and taskforce in advocating for TRIO students.
Bachelor’s degree in social work, education, or counseling and/or related field required. Master’s degree in student affairs administration preferred. Experience coordinating college programs or activities for diverse populations as well as academically or economically disadvantaged students is preferred.

Program Officer (Flint)
Job Purpose: To align needs and opportunities of the community and the foundation in developing program strategies.
Develops in-depth knowledge of foundation program areas, including current issues and key resource people and organizations. Engages with community partners and stakeholders to maintain contemporary knowledge of pressing needs, changing local context and issues impacting the life outcomes of Flint residents. Seeks opportunities to collaborate and coordinate with community partners on issues of shared concern. Communicates with nonprofit agencies, low-income communities, and funders (public and private) about the foundation’s grant making priorities, guidelines and proposal review process. Guides prospective applicants through the process of understanding the foundation’s funding interests, values and application, assesses the potential for a fit prior to application, and makes referrals to other community partners or funding sources when appropriate. Evaluates grant proposals and conducts programmatic, financial and organizational due diligence. Prepares written analysis, summary and recommendations for discussion with Program Director and program staff, and presents to the Board of Trustees. Monitors and evaluates individual grants and their relationship to foundation objectives.
Bachelor’s degree in social sciences or related field. Five years experience preferably working with foundations, community-based nonprofit organizations or local units of government. Understanding of place-based grantmaking’s role in the community. Excellent writing and verbal communication skills. Ability to conduct research and produce creative written materials with persuasive impact. Strong analytical skills and ability to synthesize large volumes of information. Email resume to or mail to Denise Holaly, Ruth Mott Foundation, 111 E. Court Street, Suite 3C, Flint, MI, 48502, by August 19.

Academic Director (Detroit)
The Academic Director is responsible for all operational aspects of both BHGH's Hope Academy's. Working alongside BHGH's Program Director, the Academic Director provides direction regarding Scholar recruitment and admission into each Academy. The Academic Director will create a weekly curriculum to meet strategic goals that include advancing and tracking each Scholar's academic progress, personal development, life skills, college preparation, and college completion. The Academic Director will manage a staff of 6-8 Site Coordinators (staff located in each high school, who are charged with daily instruction of the BHGH's Hope Academy afterschool curriculum).
The Academic Director must be an individual who has a passion for young people and for BHGH's mission. Candidates must possess a Bachelor's degree in education or related field of study (Master's degree, preferred). A minimum of 5 years of progressively more responsibility in the education sector is required. Prior management experience is preferred.
To learn more about Boys Hope Girls Hope, visit our website at Qualified candidates should apply by going to the Join/Current Openings list and selecting the Detroit Academic Director link.

Executive Director (Port Huron)
Reports to and is staff for the Board of Directors.
Provides the leadership and visioning for the Organization.
Committed to the Vision/Mission/Values of the Organization.
Oversees the planning process for the Organization and its programs.
Accountable for identifying and responding to Board and organizational priorities.
Provides oversight and guidance to the Administrative Team.
Is spokesperson for the Organization and provides representation at pertinent federal, state, and regional associations and events.
Knowledge of community networks, processes, political mechanisms, and priorities so as to preserve and advance the mission of the Organization.
MS or MA Degree in related field preferred. Bachelors Degree in related field required.
5 – 7 years of administrative management experience in human services.
Experience representing a multi-million dollar organization at federal, state, and regional associations and events.
Acceptable criminal record, drug screen, and physical examination.
Valid driver’s license with driving record acceptable for insurance purposes.
Financial Planning and Management.
Contract Planning and Management.
Personnel Planning and Management.
Organizational Planning and Management.
Program Planning and Management.
Community Collaboration.
Executive Director benefit package includes health, dental, vision, life insurance, and other benefits as specified by policy.

Executive Director (Detroit)
Detroit Future City (DFC) is a newly formed non-profit invested in reinventing Detroit as a premier urban city. As the steward of the Detroit Future City planning document/framework, the DFC organizes and convenes a diverse group of public, private and community stakeholders to help inform decision-making, build capacity, take action, and realize specific outcomes around equitable land-use, economic and infrastructure development in the City of Detroit. Reporting to the DFC Board, the Executive Director will lead a team of 11 experienced and passionate employees, manage an operating budget of $2 - $2.5 million, and indirectly influence development, revitalization, reinvention and leverage millions in critical investments citywide. The ED is charged with operationalizing this significant organization for the future of Detroit, shifting from a more planning, policy and research organization to an independent fully operational and outcome focused entity that transforms the innovative framework into action and ultimately results. The ideal candidate is a strategic visionary who leads and executes through facilitating, inclusion, collaboration, and possesses a track record of building relationships and working effectively with diverse stakeholders in highly political environments.
This position requires a Bachelor's degree in business administration, public policy, public administration, urban planning, architecture, or engineering from an accredited four-year college or university, along with seven to ten years of related and substantive work experience.
To learn more about this opportunity and the application process, view the full profile at Confidential inquires should be directed to Brett Byers at 323-403-8279.

CIS School Site Coordinator (2 positions available) (Lansing)
Communities In Schools is seeking Site Coordinators for two elementary school sites within the Lansing Public Schools. Site Coordinators provide Integrated Student Supports to at risk youth, using the CIS evidence based model. Training in the use of the model will be provided. Follow this link for the complete job description and offering: Interested, qualified applicants may apply by sending resume to Job(s) begin in Sept and end in June; these are 10 month appointments with the potential of renewal for subsequent years.

Senior Loan Officer (Detroit)
Capital Impact Partners, Detroit, MI office is seeking a Senior Loan Officer. The Senior Loan Officer will attend industry trade conferences, and make presentations; foster and maintain key strategic relationships. Identify best product/program and structure complex loan transactions. Prepare internal triage memos for review and approval of credit committee; prepare and negotiate term sheets with borrowers and partners. Identify best product/program and structure complex loan transactions. Prepare internal triage memos for review and approval of credit committee; prepare and negotiate term sheets with borrowers and partners. Underwrite complex new loan transactions and obtain credit approval. Complete necessary due diligence on borrower/guarantor, project and real estate collateral. Review and interpret third party due diligence reports, including appraisals, market assessments, environmental reports, construction/property condition/entitlement reports. Complete detailed financial analysis and financial projections. Review borrowers’ and project documents to determine transaction viability, and identify and mitigate lenders’ risks with assistance from manager, credit team, construction team and legal team. Determine and negotiate loan covenants, reserves, guarantees and collateral. Prepare comprehensive underwriting memos and present at credit committee. Prepare and negotiate commitment letters with borrowers. Work with partners on loan participations. Manage, mentor and coach Origination Loan Associates to prepare them to become Loan Officers. Review work and manage professional development and training plan. Participate in and contribute to strategic and tactical planning for Capital Impact’s market sectors. Position requires 30% travel time.

Administrative Assistant to the CEO (St. Clair Shores)
Wigs 4 Kids is a local, grassroots nonprofit 501 (c)3 organization that provides wigs & support services to Michigan children experiencing hair loss as a result of illness & treatment at no charge.
Under direct supervision, the Administrative Assistant provides support to the CEO in every department (events, marketing, finance, etc). The Administrative Assistant will help coordinate speaking engagements, events, fundraisers, assist with our annual gala, capital campaign and other program activities. Processing wig orders for children, some public speaking and representing Wigs 4 Kids in the community at information booths will also be required.
Providing tours of the Wigs 4 Kids Wellness Center and managing day-to-day administrative tasks associated with the organization is key.
Candidate should be fluent in Microsoft Office 365 (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, Outlook) Any experience in WordPress to update our Wigs 4 Kids website or knowledge of Adobe programs for flyer creation is preferred. Quickbooks experience a plus.
Please visit our website, to learn about the Wigs 4 Kids program and the children it services, and email resumes to Positions available immediately as we are growing and need more help! Starting wage: $10/hour with possible increases based on skill set and performance.

Full-Time AmeriCorps VISTA Leaders (Lansing)
The Michigan Nonprofit Association (MNA) Civic Engagement AmeriCorps VISTA Program is a cohort of 30 VISTAs (Volunteers In Service To America) who serve throughout the state of Michigan in a national service role and focus on eliminating poverty within the areas of education and economic opportunity. MNA VISTA members expand efforts to reach across all areas of lifelong civic engagement through placements with K-12 schools through The LEAGUE Michigan, college campuses through Michigan Campus Compact, and volunteer centers through Volunteer Centers of Michigan. Members also serve with an identified local partner organization.
VISTA Leaders support, encourage, train, and organize the 30-member VISTA cohort during their service year. Leaders have an increased living stipend, partial housing stipend, and ample professional development/leadership opportunities. Leaders must have previously served as a VISTA member.
The MNA VISTA Program team is seeking to fill 2 positions to serve on a full-time basis for one year, from Fall 2015 to Fall 2016. Positions must be filled by September 10th, so please have interested candidates apply today at:

MNA Civic Engagement AmeriCorps VISTA (Various Locations)
The Michigan Nonprofit Association Civic Engagement AmeriCorps VISTA Program is a cohort of 30 VISTAs (Volunteers In Service To America) who serve throughout the state of Michigan in a national service role and focus on eliminating poverty within the areas of education and economic opportunity. The MNA VISTA Program is seeking to fill up to 6 positions to serve on a full-time basis for one year, from November 2015 to November 2016. We are seeking candidates to serve at the following host sites:

Char-Em United Way (Petoskey)
Detroit Edison Public School Academy
HandsOn Battle Creek
TrueNorth Community Services (Fremont)
University of Michigan – Flint
AmeriCorps VISTA members serve their communities in a variety of ways and can expect to participate in the following activities:

Volunteer Recruitment
Volunteer Management
Resource Development
Grant Writing
Community Partnership Building
Volunteer Training
AmeriCorps VISTA service also comes with great benefits, including a living stipend, student loan forbearance or deferment, health coverage, vacation time, and more! Positions must be filled by September 10th, so apply today at:
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