solutions to the climate crisis.
for clean air, safe water, and protecting the natural world.
for justice: environmental and social
that everyone should able to get outdoors
Michigan's environment is under an unprecedented attack from the Legislature. If you care about Michigan's future it is time to both get mad AND get active!
Use your voice to demand protection for our air, water, land and our children's future. Whether you write a letter to the editor so your neighbors learn about this assault, send an e-mail to your Senator, vote in upcoming elections, clean up your neighborhood, or talk to your children about protecting our rights as citizens to be heard and to vote, YOU are making a difference!
There are a million ways to get involved and support the Sierra Club Michigan Chapter's efforts. You can become a member or donate online, become a citizen lobbyist, or volunteer with the Chapter to make a positive difference in protecting Michigan's environment. We look forward to working with you!
The Field Organizer is responsible for organizing campaigns which win real victories and build the grassroots power to accomplish Sierra Club priorities, which are: to address climate disruption, transform the energy economy, protect communities from pollution, ensure access to the outdoors for all and protect our lands, water and wildlife.
The Michigan Chapter Community Organizer position will help lead and execute assigned components of Sierra Club Michigan’s water, land, wildlife and energy campaign work, with a primary focus on projects in Detroit.
The Michigan Chapter Volunteer Engagement Coordinator will develop and maintain a strong volunteer program that supports the organization's campaigns, committees and groups. The perfect candidate for this role believes that volunteers are integral to an organization's success, embraces collaboration, enjoys working with diverse groups and communicates effectively.
The Sierra Club provides equal employment and advancement opportunities to all staff members. Employment decisions are based on merit, qualifications, lived experience and skills. The Sierra Club does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, immigration status, socioeconomic status, ancestry, age, size, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, familial status, veteran status, disability, AIDS/HIV status, medical condition, prior conviction, arrest history, traits historically associated with race, including, but not limited to, hair texture and protective hairstyles, or any other characteristic protected by law.
The Sierra Club values applicants who are people that identify as Black, Indigenous, and other minoritized groups; women; queer, transgender, gender non-conforming, and gender fluid people.