NCCJ Social Justice Educator Train-the-Trainer
Looking for a way to help advance equality, promote justice
and build community? Are you an educator, a trainer, an ally?
National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) is looking for a diverse group of educators to do per diem facilitation on social justice issues. We educate 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 interactive training, you will experience NCCJ’s pedagogy, explore United States’ history of oppression, learn foundational information and delve into the various 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.
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. Most workshops are held during the day and during the work-week. Therefore, facilitators must have flexible schedules.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided daily. NCCJ is a non-profit organization. We are asking for a $50 fee to help supplement the cost of food and supplies. You must commit to attending the entire program. Hours are 9:00am – 5:00pm everyday Monday, January 7th through Friday, January 11th.
Interested persons should submit a resume and cover letter no later than December 16th, 2018 to Randi McCray: [email protected]