Learn about ICAA’s ELITE program and access ELITE resources from the Community Action Partnership.
The Iowa Community Action Association, in partnership with SparkPoint, is excited to offer a new bi-monthly series designed to provide a deep-dive into areas of leadership effectiveness for all current and future leaders. Develop yourself, engage in your leadership journey, and harness your professional impact by attending one session or the entire series. The first session is being held on February 19.
ICAA’s 2019 Training Conference will be held from July 17-18. More than 20 workshops are being offered. A Food Drive Contest is also being held and Community Action: Together We Can t-shirts are available to purchase.
The Iowa Community Action Association has created a series of online learning modules that can be completed at no cost nationwide.
ICAA’s 2018 Training Conference will be held from July 17-19 in West Des Moines, IA. More than 20 workshops are being offered.
ICAA’s 2017 Training Conference will be held from July 18-20 in West Des Moines, IA. Luke Shaefer, co-author of $2.00 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America, will be the opening keynote speaker. Twenty-five workshops are being offered.
Open to CAAs from all states. From the Iowa Community Action Association, this webinar is all about the importance of the Community Action Network’s role in lobbying with a focus on the assets and strengths the Community Action Agency Board of Directors brings to our national advocacy work.
This webinar is open to CAAs in all states. Sponsored by the Iowa Community Action Association.
Operation: New View Community Action Agency is seeking a Finance Director. Deadline to apply is August 10, 2015.
The 2015 Training Conference of the Iowa Community Action Association & Public Allies Iowa AmeriCorps will be held from June 2-5 in Des Moines, IA.
The Missouri Association for Community Action and the Community Action Network are working to engage 2,000 community members in advocating for our vision. Three PSAs have now been produced to promote involvement with efforts to end poverty in Missouri.
The Department of Human Rights, Division of Community Action Agencies administers Iowa’s Statewide Family Development and Self-Sufficiency Program that provides developmental services to families who are at risk of long-term welfare dependency.
New Opportunities, Inc. established the Immigrant Advocacy Center to assist the growing population of immigrants with their efforts to gain legal status or citizenship.
Community Action of Southeast Iowa has developed the Medication Assistance Program to help persons with chronic health conditions gain access to prescription drugs that they otherwise could not afford.
Mid-Iowa Community Action established Project Home Mission to promote partnerships with area churches throughout Central Iowa to help low-income families become self-sufficient through both Project Home Mission and the Family Development and Self-Sufficiency Program.
Mid-Iowa Community Action (MICA) established the Story County Dental Clinic to make oral health care accessible for uninsured and underinsured area residents.
Mid-Iowa Community Action (MICA) offers a Youth Service Learning Program to reduce substance abuse and to build youth leadership abilities.