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Opportunity Details

2023 Conflict Resolution Workshop Volunteers - Scarsdale

The Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) is a volunteer organization that provides programs for schools, community groups, youth, and incarcerated individuals to learn new skills in order to deal with the conflicts in their lives. These programs are led by volunteer Workshop Facilitators who engage participants in a series of experiential exercises that focus on building conflict resolution skills such as affirmation, communication, cooperation, teamwork, and creative ways to resolve conflicts.

Workshop Facilitators must:

  • Be 16+
  • Attend a series of 3 workshops before becoming a Workshop Facilitator

Some benefits include:

  • Better and more effective communication skills
  • Improved interpersonal relationships
  • Self-development and self-awareness skills
  • Reduction of tensions within the community
  • Improvement in school and community groups

To sign up for the next available AVP workshop and to learn more about how to become a Conflict Resolution Workshop Facilitator, please express your interest below. Help make a difference in the lives of many!

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Age Minimum (with Adult): 16+, Minimum Age:16+

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Volunteers needed through 12/31/2023 | More than 100 spots remaining
Throughout Westchester, NY 10577
Mary Eagleson

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