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July 14th Update – MCA

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MCA Update – July 14th
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Announcements
  • MCA Virtual Summer Conference, August 8-10 - full program and descriptions
    In addition to breakout sessions, three fantastic keynote speakers are featured: Dr. Mona Hana-Attisha, pediatrician and author of What the Eyes Don't See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an
    American City – Dr. Donna M. Beegle, Communication Across Barriers – Patrick Cooney, Poverty Solutions at the University of Michigan
  • Celebrating 40 Years of LIHEAP, 1981-2021
    Submit a LIHEAP story to the National Energy & Utility Affordability Coalition
  • Health Insurance Enrollment Coalition being established by the Michigan Dept. of Insurance and Financial Services
Webinars/Trainings

2021 Leadership Lab series, September 30
Michigan Community Action and the Professionals Forum
This is a great opportunity to provide professional development and trainings for your agency.  The Leadership Lab series has been designed with everyone in mind, from the new supervisor to the CEO, helping them to set a new Gold Standard of Leadership Excellence in their organizations and in the communities served...

Community Action Board Governance Training
Michigan Community Action
Description and registration

Addressing Health Disparities in Diverse Communities: A Presentation of the Findings of a Systematic Literature Review
July 21 from MDHHS Office of Equity and Minority Health
Description and registration

COVID-19 Resources
Michigan Community Action, Capella University & Strayer University Partnership

Through MCA's partnerships with Capella University & Strayer University, Michigan Community Action employees are eligible for significant educational benefits, each designed to help them reach their goals.  Immediate family members are also eligible with Capella University.

MCA partnership with Capella University
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MCA partnership with Strayer University
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