Application: Parent-Teen Mediation Training
The Conflict Resolution Center works in partnership with Juvenile Probation to serve and support local youth who are involved in the justice system and their families. We provide parent-teen mediations to help families talk about the challenges and conflicts they are facing in their family and support them in identifying constructive solutions they can all agree on. We use trained volunteer mediators who facilitate 3-hour mediations with teens and parent or guardians. As our program grows, we need more bilingual and bicultural mediators to better serve our Spanish speaking families. We hope that is you!
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Tell us a bit about yourself: Who are you? What is your background? What are your values? How do you spend your time? Share a few sentences about yourself, please.
In your own words, what is mediation? Why are you interested in becoming a bilingual mediator for the Parent-Teen Mediation program?
Why do you think you would be a good mediator? What aspects of your background (career, school, family, life experience, etc) has prepared you best for this role?
What skills do you think mediators need most? Which of these skills do you have and which of these skills do you need to grow?
Would you be comfortable conducting a mediation in Spanish?
Are you comfortable using online platforms such as Zoom? If not, are you willing/able to learn?
What is your availability for volunteering (weekdays, weekends, morning, evening, flexible, etc)? Are you able to dedicate about 5 hours per month serving youth through CRC’s Parent Teen Mediation program?
What are your future plans? Do you plan on living in Santa Cruz County for the next year or two?
Preferred times for the extensive mediation training (we can't guarantee to meet everyone's schedule needs, but we will do our best to meet most!)
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