Volunteer with Community Mediation DC!
Answering the below questions helps us keep track of our dedicated volunteers, enabling us to deepen the work of Community Mediation DC and better engage and support our volunteers and community members. Thanks you for your time completing this and for your commitment to the community mediation movement!
I prefer to be contacted (Check any that apply)
What is one thing you hope to get out of volunteering with Community Mediation DC?
Interested in supporting outreach in your neighborhood/community?
Check any of the below that you can commit to:
I will bring my own conflicts to mediation and will refer my friends, family, and colleagues to mediation.
I can print flyers that are emailed to me and leave them at local stores and in public places.
I can pick up flyers in Petworth and leave them at local stores and in public places.
I can post on my neighborhood listserv about community mediation.
I can give a 1-2 minute presentation (with CMDC talking points) to my ANC
I can find 1-2 locations in my community that will host mediations at no cost.
I can coordinate/host a presentation or workshop on mediation and conflict management at my workplace or a community group I'm involved with.
Interested in providing organizational support?
Check any of the below activities that you can help with:
Attending tabling events with another volunteer on behalf of CMDC
Supporting grant writing
Joining the fundraising team to plan campaigns, track grants, and develop strategy
Designing fliers, web content, and other materials
Managing online systems (tracking volunteer hours, file sharing, curriculum)
Logistics for workshops and presentations (help with set-up, manage sign-in, coordinate transportation)
Interested in becoming a volunteer mediator?
To apply for our training, please submit this application first, and then continue to our mediator application here:
--- Community Mediation DC offers a 45-hour Inclusive Mediation training to community members at no cost, in exchange for committing to 100 volunteer hours over two years. These hours include observing mediations, co-mediating, supporting outreach activities, and administrative/organizational support. We currently only offer mediations in the Inclusive model, so this training is required for anyone interested in volunteering with this part of our work.
Anything else you would like us to know about you?
Community Mediation DC is currently made up of an expanding group of volunteers. We will get back to you within one month, and please feel free to follow up with us sooner. Thank you!
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