VOEG Phase 1 Training Interest Form
Please fill this out to be contacted when a date is set for the next VOEG Phase I: Basic Victim Offender Education Group Training.
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Email *
First name *
Last name *
Job title
Phone Number     XXX.XXX.XXXX *
Address Line 1 *
Address Line 2 *
City *
State or Territory *
Zip Code *
Country *
Why do you want to get involved with the Insight Prison Project (IPP) and participate in this training? *
What are you hoping to get out of this training? *
Do you have any experience working with incarcerated individuals? If so, where and in what capacity?
Do you have any experience working with victims?
Do you have any experience facilitating groups?
What is calling you to do this work?
What personal experience or talents do you have that will enable you to do this work?
What do you anticipate might be challenging for you doing this work?
Have you ever been the victim of a crime? If so, please explain.
Have you ever been incarcerated? If so, please explain.
Is there any additional information that might help us in considering this application?
The training fee is $725. Will you need financial sponsorship to attend this training?  
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If yes, please provide an estimate of the scholarship amount you might need.
We are seeking VOEG Facilitators for groups at several California prisons. Please indicate if you are interested in this opportunity (18-24 month commitment) at any of the following institutions.
I understand that if I am selected for this training, payment in full is required prior to the training date in order to hold my space in the training. I have read and understand IPP's cancelation policy. **Not applicable to scholarship recipients.
Are you fluent in Spanish, and able to facilitate a group in Spanish with a Spanish curriculum? If yes, please describe your degree of fluency.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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