#MissionMonday Our mission at Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency (NEMCSA) is to provide quality programs and services to strengthen and enhance the self-sufficiency of individuals, families, and communities through the best use of human and financial resources, focusing on those who are experiencing an economic hardship.
What is your mission?
** JOB OPENING **
Are you interested in a rewarding career with NEMCSA?
We have a Full-Time opportunity available in Gaylord for a Registered Nurse.
This position will perform client assessments/reassessments and develop care plans utilizing person centered planning guidelines
Working approximately 40 hours weekly 52 weeks per year, wage $19.00/hr.
The position includes the following benefits: Retirement plan, Medical/Rx, Dental, Life & Disability Insurance at no cost for employee, paid lunch hours and holiday, vacation and sick days.
Only applications received through the Career section at www.nemcsa.org will be accepted.
To view complete job description and apply: visit our Career section at www.nemcsa.org. Applications will be accepted through May 24, 2017.
Happy Senior Corps week! More than 245,000 Senior Corps volunteers are serving in more than 28,000 organizations helping children increase their literacy skills and stay in school and on track; providing important support during disasters; helping frail elderly citizens age at home; and so much more. Senior Corps volunteers are putting their experience to work for all of us.
We are pleased to say we also offer this program through Northeast Michigan Community Action Agency. Call us today at 989-358-4627 or go to our website at http://www.nemcsa.org/services/self-sufficiency-matched-savings-programs.html to find out more!
Cheboygan Head Start/GSRP Centers held a Family Night on April 20th. Activities included: Fire Safety Presentation for the children and parents by Inverness Township Fire Department and Building Workshop by The Home Depot out of Gaylord. The families made items such as small tool boxes, bird feeders and wooden race cars together.The families also received make it/take it games focusing on math and literacy.