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Assistant to the Executive Director

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ORGANIZATION: The Michigan Center for Civic Engagement and Advocacy

  • 31 people are interested

Are you interested in learning about nonprofit formation and what its takes to run a nonprofit? We are a new organization and looking for day to day support answering emails, and completing various administrative tasks in exchange for mentorship from the Executive Director who has 15 years experience managing large teams and running multi-million dollar organizations.

Looking for someone who could work at least one hour a day Monday through Friday to perform easy-moderate difficulty tasks.

The approximate weekly commitment is about 6-8 hours a week, with most weeks being on the lesser end of need. We will work around your availability and come up with a plan that is suitable for the organization and you.

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About The Michigan Center for Civic Engagement and Advocacy


3003 East Michigan Ave., Lansing, MI 48912, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to promote equity and reduce barriers to civic engagement in local government, education, and matters like public safety. We work to strengthen community structures by advocating for people and causes of great merit and need. Our vision is to see everyday citizens and taxpayers excited about democratic participation, free of hopelessness and helplessness as often seen during periods of civil distress.


After seeing the sense of hopelessness and powerlessness among hard-working and taxing paying citizens, I was challenged within myself to empower common people to be civically engaged and involved. For some members of society, there are a variety of barriers that may impede democratic participation. Our primary purpose is to empower, provide and connect people to the resources and education needed to fully enjoy the benefits of their citizenship. A common prompt for this action is: What happens after the rally, after the protest, and now what do we do?

We will work in two basic policy areas: public safety, and k-12 education advocacy. The organization also plans to broaden its campaigns and aims, to include disability-related access advocacy.

The Michigan Center for Civic Engagement and Advocacy was founded this year and we are seeking volunteers to propel the organization and be change agents in their own geographical areas. We are based in Michigan but work on issues of national importance.


Advocacy & Human Rights
People with Disabilities
Advocacy & Human Rights, Community, People with Disabilities


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Office Management
  • Executive Admin
  • Administrative Support
  • Reading / Writing




  • 3-8 hours weekly. (45 minutes+ weekdays)
  • Passionate about Equity, Education and Advocacy

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