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Negotiation Works is seeking volunteer negotiation instructors to teach an exciting, interactive negotiation curriculum for women experiencing homelessness, survivors of domestic violence, and people recently released from prison. We are currently seeking instructor applications for remote classes in Fall 2020. We will train you to teach the Negotiation Works curriculum, which includes games, activities, and role plays, and we will train you on how to teach over Zoom. Prior teaching experience strongly preferred, and interest in working with under-served women and familiarity with negotiation theories are a plus.
If you are interested in volunteering, please send us your resume and two professional contacts. Be sure to include any relevant teaching experience. Find out more information about Negotiation Works at https://www.negotiation-works.org.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
PO Box 9763, WASHINGTON, DC 20016, US
The mission of Negotiation Works is to empower people from marginalized communities with tools to resolve conflicts, advocate for themselves and others, and build more stable lives. The vision of Negotiation Works is to foster stronger, more resilient communities. When the members of a community have the tools to advocate for themselves and negotiate with each other, they are better able to achieve shared goals, create lasting relationships, and improve the stability of the community as a whole.
The core services of Negotiation Works are multi-week negotiation classes designed specifically for women experiencing homelessness, survivors of domestic violence, and people recently released from prison. Volunteer instructors teach the classes at local community service providers.
Negotiation Works will train you to use its exciting, interactive curriculum, which includes games, activities, and role plays. All classes, taught by two co-instructors, take place at service provider locations in the community, such as transitional housing facilities, domestic violence shelters, and day programs. Classes take place once a week for 1-1.5 hours, and are held on weekdays during both workday and evening hours.
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
June 23, 2020