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Features and News
  • Erin Creagh Michigan Youth Make Big Impact on Global Youth Service Day

    The Michigan Community Service Commission and the Michigan Nonprofit Association funded 20 GYSD projects with more than $7,000. The projects engaged nearly 2,500 volunteers, including 1,700 youth, in nearly 12,000 volunteer hours.

  • Aspire Mentoring Corps Opening Through this program, VISTA members will serve at MENTOR’s affiliate Mentoring Partnerships throughout the country and focus on two key areas: increasing private sector engagement in youth mentoring and building the capacity of local mentoring programs, with the long-term goal of fostering positive youth outcomes in areas like educational achievement, workforce readiness and violence prevention.
  • MIAT Becomes First Two-Year College to Join Employers of National Service

    As an Employer of National Service, MIAT College of Technology is implementing two changes within its hiring processes.
  • MCSC to Help Fund 16 Global Youth Service Day Projects 

    The Michigan Community Service Commission and the Michigan Nonprofit Association recently announced the distribution of more than $7,000 in mini-grant funds to support 2015 Global Youth Service Day projects across the state. 

  • 2015 Governor's Service Awards Nomination Deadline Extended!

    The Michigan Community Service Commission is excited to accept nominations for the 2015 Governor's Service Awards. These awards are given annually to individuals, organizations, and businesses who are committed to service and volunteerism in their communities.
  • MCSC hires Richard Carson as My Brother's Keeper-Michigan Director

    Carson will be helping young men of color reach their potential as the My Brother's Keeper-Michigan Director with the Michigan Community Service Commission.
  • My Brother's Keeper Launches in Michigan

    The Michigan Community Service Commission (MCSC) has committed to improving outcomes for young men and boys of color with the launch of the My Brother’s Keeper-Michigan initiative.

Mission and Vision
  • MCSC's Mission and Vision The Michigan Community Service Commission utilizes service as a strategy to address the state's most pressing issues and empowers volunteers to strengthen communities.