Work in the jail’s Impacts of Crime classes and help male inmates learn to recognize the impact of their behavior on others, and how to break their cycle of offending. This work does make a difference for yourself, for others and your community. The Victim Impact curriculum from the Office for Victims of Crime will be used as a guideline for creating the syllabus.
2 Facilitators needed for each 8 week session. Once per week for 2 hours on Thursdays from 2:30 - 4:30 PM (times subject to change), with an additional 2 hours of preparation time prior to class. 2 sets of facilitators are required, each pair spending 8 weeks then having an 8 week hiatus while the other set of facilitators conducts their sessions. Rotation happens every 8 weeks.
Min. Requirement: 21 yrs. old. One year min. commitment. Attend bi-monthly meetings for 1.5 hours to debrief, connect with other volunteers, review new policies, and for in-service training. Background check and fingerprinting required.
TRAINING one weekend in March or early April (TBD). For more info and to receive an application, please email: Michelle Lopez at firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 303-441-1752
More info on the Office For Victims of Crime: https://www.ovcttac.gov/victimimpact/
- Law Enforcement
- People Skills
- Mental Health
- Case Work / Management
- Counseling / Mental Health
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Must be at least 21
- Weekend training- then4 hours per week for 8 weeks
- More info will be sent upon inquiry