There are lots of ways to show your support – whether you want to volunteer your time, become a paid member, or donate to our efforts, you can be a part of the solution.
Who Supports MICC?
Michigan Clean Cities is supported by a variety of stakeholders, including fleets, corporations, nonprofit organizations, utilities, local governments, and individuals. We encourage anyone interested in ways cleaner fuels, vehicles, and practices can improve our air quality and energy security to support us. Whether you’re a college or university, business, nonprofit, etc. – becoming a member or sponsor of MICC will benefit your organization.
Unlock powerful connections, resources and expert advice for fuel-efficient fleets, to drive the capital region toward a cleaner future. Learn more about our membership levels below.
|Receive monthly e-newsletter and bi-annual magazine|
|Free/discounted entry to meetings and events|
|Networking and partnership opportunities|
|Quarterly member meetings|
|Plaque showing your support for MICC|
|Exclusive access to federal funding opportunities|
|Logo on MICC website (with link)|
|Assistance and collaboration in research funding opportunities|
|Assistance on grants pertaining to Clean Cities mission|
|Mailing to entire mailing list||1/year||2/year|
|Logo on website (with link), in newsletter, and event banners|
|Distribution of company materials at all MICC meetings and events (if provided)|
Michigan Clean Cities needs volunteers for activities like helping prepare mailings, staff booths at events, or to-be-determined activities. Sign up to be notified of opportunities to contribute.
Not ready to become a member but still want to support Michigan Clean Cities? Donate today! Your contribution of any amount will help make our region stronger.
The Clean Cities University Workforce Development Program unites Clean Cities coalitions across the country, including ours, with students interested in changing the future of transportation.
Internships with Clean Cities coalitions are available throughout the year for undergraduate (junior or senior) or graduate students in a variety of majors, including communications, public relations, business, marketing, engineering, environmental sciences, urban planning, and others.