Job Board

Welcome to MCAN's Job Board. Here you will find a listing of current available position within Michigan's college access network. If you have a position related to college access and would like to post here, please submit the position description, title, basic information on how to apply and how an applicant should contact you to info@micollegeaccess.org. All postings will remain live for one (1) month. If the position is not filled or if you wish to post it for longer, please contact us.

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Completion Coaches, College Completion Corps — MCAN

MCAN, in close partnership with Michigan colleges and universities, seeks to help more Michigan students pursue postsecondary education. MCAN’s College Completion Corps will place full-time AmeriCorps members on community college campuses to supplement campus efforts to increase persistence and completion of first-generation college-going students, low-income students, and students of color.

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AmeriCorps VISTA — MCAN (two positions)

MCAN is looking for passionate individuals to serve in our Lansing office as AmeriCorps VISTAs.

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Senior Director of Finance and Administration — MCAN

MCAN is seeking a Senior Director of Finance and Administration to oversee operations, finances, event management, human resources, and other organizational needs.

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AdviseMI College Advisers, AdviseMI — MCAN

MCAN, in close partnership with Michigan colleges and universities, seeks to help more Michigan students pursue and succeed in postsecondary education. Recent college graduates will serve as AdviseMI AmeriCorps advisers in selected high schools across Michigan, particularly high schools that are located in communities with low college-going rates and low adult educational attainment rates.

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Manager, Let's Detroit Engagement — Detroit Regional Chamber

The Manager, Let's Detroit Engagement will be responsible for building and maintaining relationships and partnerships with three specific groups of stakeholders: 1. College campus and universities. 2. Funders. 3. Young professional Ambassadors.

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Coordinator, High School Outreach (Detroit Promise) — Detroit Regional Chamber

This position will coordinate and conduct outreach and administration for all aspects of the Detroit Promise program at the high school building level. This position is grant funded and will only be maintained as long as the funds are provided by an external source.

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Executive Director — Youth Solutions

Reporting to and in partnership with both the Youth Solutions Board of Directors and the Kinexus Group parent organization, the Executive Director will lead all the core functions of the organization including strategy, finance, board management, advancement and program delivery.

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Economic Research Analyst — Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA)

SEMCA's Workforce Intelligence Network (WIN) Division recently received several new multi-year federal grants and will hire an Economic Research Analyst that is enthusiastic about working with community college and Michigan Works! as a lead analyst for workforce-related research content communication, specialized data requests, and other projects related to Michigan’s economy, the workforce development system, higher education, and other assigned duties.

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Social Media Coordinator — Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA)

Under the general direction of the Director of Communications, the Social Media Coordinator is responsible for developing and coordinating creative social media solutions in support of SEMCA’s communication strategy and organization mission to engage and inform its partners and the public of talent and career programs and opportunities in response to evolving labor market demands.

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Youth Outreach Coordinator (SYPP Coordinator) — Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA)

The Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA) Michigan Works! Young Professionals Program (SYPP) targets Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) – eligible youth, ages 18-24 residing in Wayne County (excluding Detroit) and Monroe County with opportunities to increase and strengthen skills to obtain employment. SYPP prepares youth for the world of work with tuition-free online certificate training in high growth, high wage industries including Construction, Healthcare, Information Technology, and Manufacturing, and includes customer service and technical training. Additionally, participants attend a series of six work-readiness workshops and complete a six-week Paid Work Experience (PWE).

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Associate Project Manager — Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA)

The Workforce Associate Project Manager for the Clean Slate Program is responsible for the coordination of the SEMCA State of Michigan Clean Slate criminal record expungement pilot program and related projects, per policy and as assigned by the Clean Slate Program Expungement Attorney. This position will aid with legal documents and processes to support the Expungement Attorney. This position will work with the SEMCA team to deliver this new initiative which serves both Monroe County and Wayne County (excluding the City of Detroit), in keeping with state program guidance. The position will interact with external partners in law enforcement, the legal community, county governments, potential clients and others as needed.

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Community Outreach Coordinator — Dream Maker Initiative

The Dream Maker initiative is dedicated to building and retaining talented students in the state of Michigan. The ideal candidate would have experience working with community organizations and with students that are underrepresented in STEM careers.

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Non-Certified Teacher (JMG Specialist) — Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA)

The JMG Specialist is responsible for instructing, facilitating, and providing activities related to the operation of the Jobs for Michigan Graduates program. The JMG Specialist is responsible for coaching and helping students deemed to have a high degree of difficulty of being promoted into the next grade level or achieving graduation stay in school through graduation and providing work-based learning experiences in a classroom setting that leads to career advancement opportunities and/or assists them in enrolling in postsecondary education/training.

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