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In June 2021, Michigan LCV adopted an ambitious strategic plan. In 20 years, we aim to reverse the legacy of toxic pollution, which has had devastating impacts on human health and our climate so we can provide every Michigander access to the cleanest air and land, and safest, most affordable water in the nation. In order to accomplish these goals, we need to grow our team.

Open Positions

  • 313/616 Votes In-Person & Virtual Canvasser

    Educate, engage and mobilize Michigan voters to participate in the 2024 General election and beyond.

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  • Macomb County Organizer

    Help anchor our organizing work to run aggressive, focused campaigns that elect champions and hold elected officials accountable while in office. 

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  • Southwest Michigan Regional Organizer

    Build power, presence, and relationships on behalf of our organization; and organize citizens to get involved in making the protection of Michigan’s land, air, and water a political priority.

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  • 313/616 Votes Voter Registration Advocate

    The Michigan League of Conservation Voters Education Fund is seeking advocates to register and update voter registrations for Michigan voters.

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  • State Government Affairs Manager

    Develop policy positions for the organization, execute legislative and administrative advocacy, and build and manage relationships with partners, stakeholders, and decision-makers.

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  • West Michigan Campus Organizer

    Build power, presence, and relationships on behalf of our organization; and organize citizens to get involved in making the protection of Michigan’s land, air, and water a political priority.

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  • West Michigan Regional Organizer

    Engage voters and community partners to grow our volunteer base and build collective strength in West Michigan, with a focus on Kent County, and additional work in Allegan, Kalamazoo, and Van Buren Counties as needed.

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  • Elections Protection Manager

    Lead engagement with election administrators and partners across the state as well as cyclical redistricting and census work within our Democracy For All team.

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  • Elections Protection Coordinator

    Lead election official engagement within our organization’s Democracy For All team and lead community and partner engagement, youth programming, and elections systems communications.

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  • Our Water Activists

    Join our three-month training and engagement program that offers real-world organizing and training pertaining to protecting our environment through community and nonpartisan political engagement.

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Benefits Package

Comprehensive Health Benefits

We provide quality health, dental and vision insurance for all full-time employees, effective on the employee’s first day. Michigan LCV pays for 100% of coverage for employees and 50% of the monthly premium cost for each spouse or dependent enrolled.

Retirement Plan

We maintain a SIMPLE IRA retirement plan and match contributions up to 3% of salary.

Winter Break & Paid Holidays

Our offices are closed December 24 – January 1. Additionally, we offer 7 paid holidays throughout the course of the year.

Paid Time Off

3 weeks of paid time off in the first year of employment and 5 weeks every year thereafter for vacation, illness, or other personal time.

Short & Long Term Disability Insurance

Short-term and long-term disability insurance that is 100% funded by Michigan LCV and covers 60% of pay if an employee is ill or injured.

Sabbatical Program

Paid 6-week sabbatical after working at Michigan LCV for 5 years.

Parental Leave

14 weeks of parental leave, 6 weeks of which are fully-paid for bonding time with the child. Birthing parents may also use their short-term disability coverage for 5-7 weeks at 60% pay during their medical recovery period.

Professional Development

We offer professional development opportunities, including a $250 budget yearly for staff to take courses or attend conferences relevant to their work.

Our Core Values

Core Values define our organizational culture. They are what make us unique. They describe how staff and board members go about our work.

We are Tenacious

We value and appreciate a strong work ethic.

We are Innovative

We believe that our goals can only be achieved by thinking in unique, strategic ways.

We are Problem-Solvers

We recognize the myriad of challenges facing human health, our democracy and the natural world, and we are determined to foster hope through our creative ideas and actions.

We are Self-Starters

We celebrate and depend upon the work of each and every teammate.

We Live our Mission

Together, our team embodies what it means to create a more just and equitable society.

Join the movement to protect the Great Lakes state

And we’ll show you two ways to help. Together, we can be a voice for change and protect Michigan’s land, air, water, public health, and democracy.