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Michigan Nonprofit Job Center User Survey

Posted 9/18/2015 by MNA

MNA is seeking feedback from organizational and individual users of the Michigan Nonprofit Job Center, in order to learn how it might be improved. All respondents will receive a 20% discount off of one MindEdge Online Learning course. One respondent will receive a FREE MindEdge Online learning course*. All answers will remain confidential. The survey is available here. Survey closes September 18.
*Certificate in Nonprofit Management course not included
Intern (Southfield)

Posted 8/4/2015 by MNA

Michigan IPL is a coalition of faith communities across the state. We have two primary goals:

  1. Foster and create an educated faith constituency that’s committed to proactive solutions to decreasing harmful coal plant emissions through energy efficiency & renewable technologies.
  2. 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 admin@miipl.org 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)

Posted 8/4/2015 by MNA

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 http://foreclosure.cedam.info/mfpc/members/

   
     
 
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