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November 30th Update – MCA

Michigan Community Action

MCA Update – November 30th
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  • MCA welcomes Association's new Director of Training and Member Services
    Michelle Stevens joins us from the Early Childhood Investment Corporation, where she served as a TA Consultant on a variety of projects over the past five years, including providing training and technical assistance to the Great Start Collaboratives and Parent Coalitions across the state of Michigan...
  • MCA issues RFP for Strategic Planning Facilitatorproposals due Dec. 10
    MCA anticipates that the planning process will take three to six months, to provide adequate time for community action agency (CAA) participation and review by key stakeholders and policy makers.
  • 2022 Health FSA Contribution Cap Rises to $2,850, SHRM
  • MCA Donation page to designate a Michigan CAA on Giving Tuesday (Nov. 30) or beyond
COVID-19 Resources

The CDC endorsed broad adult eligibility for the Pfizer or Moderna boosters once six months have elapsed since your last vaccine. As cases rise, MDHHS is also encouraging masking when in indoors regardless of vaccine status read more from Bridge Michigan.

Training from the Community Action Partnership
  • New State Association Executive Director Orientation, Jan. 13
  • New State Association Staff Orientation, Jan. 20

Additional training opportunities

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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