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24 people are interested
2 million kids experience some form of school violence each year. I would like you to help us do something about it?
We need teachers who can work with our development team, as well as with with K-12 schools, informing them about noschoolviolence.org and asking them to help support our initiative. Ideally consultants can be responsible for one of four US regions, able to identify schools likely to be involved, and have good skills in managing how the schools will participate.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
222 2nd Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104, US
NoSchoolviolence is an advanced AI-research driven think tank. We believe that school violence and school shootings form a complex system of social, psychological, cultural, and media forces in play at the moment of a school attack. We are committed to reducing school violence by creating actionable tools that parents, teachers, school administrators, school site psychologists and law enforcement use to anticipate violence before it begins. We apply systems thinking, as well as the latest social science theories, to explore, test and deploy data-informed solutions.
NoSchoolViolence seeks volunteers who can help 1) provide parents, teachers, counselors, mental health professionals, school administrators, researchers and education policy professionals with real insight into how certain adolescent behaviors reveal the likelihood of school violence, and to help develop intervention programs 2) make the best intervention solutions available for schools, 3) create a central national school violence database, 4) provide an app that allows school administrators an academic researchers to explore data elements that have an important role in determining whether a school is statistically vulnerable to violence, 5) research what affect Covid isolation is having on school violence, 6) comparing the language of school shooters who have embraced racist ideologies with the recruitment language of domestic terrorists and providing parents with a dictionary of terms that can be filtered out of their web browsers, 7) study and compare law-enforcement responses to school shootings, and 8) trace the itinerary of all guns used in school shootings to determine what patterns can predict gun use.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
November 15, 2023
- Social Media / Blogging
- Public Relations
- Community Outreach
- Driver's License Needed
- 3 hours a week