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Train-the-Trainer

Monday, February 1, 2021 19 Shevat 5781

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM 4 days afterZoom

Feb 1 - Feb 5th 

A Call for Resumes

The National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) is looking for a diverse group of educators to do per diem facilitation on social justice issues. NCCJ educates youth and adults in schools, social service organizations, corporations, law enforcement, as well as working with parents and communities throughout Connecticut and Western Massachusetts. 

Through this training you will experience one of our programs, explore United States’ history of oppression, learn foundational information and delve into the forms of bias and discrimination.

Applicants should have: 

  • A background in education, human services training and/or group process.

  • An understanding of social justice issues and a passion to strive towards equity.

  • Platform and facilitation experience with diverse audiences. 

  • College degree or a combination of education and experience that would provide a foundation for success in facilitating social justice workshops.

This program is intended primarily for those interested in serving NCCJ as possible facilitators in the future, however we also reserve a certain number of slots for individuals wishing to participate purely for their own knowledge and growth and are not interested or available to facilitate for NCCJ. 

Those selected to serve as facilitators will be independent contractors of the NCCJ and are paid for services on a per diem basis, including reimbursement for mileage expenses incurred. Most workshops are held during the day and during the work week, with the occasional evening or weekend training. Therefore, facilitators must have flexible schedules and their own transportation/car (for when we can return to in-person programming).

Please note this year’s training is a virtual training through zoom. The daily schedule is 8:30-4:30 Monday – Friday with several breaks scheduled including lunch.

Interested persons should submit a resume and cover letter via email to programs@nccj.org no later than January 20th. Applicants will be reviewed and contacted for interviews the week of January 20th.

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