Transitions for Youth is Seeking Young Adult Co-Trainers!

Do you or does anyone you know have excellent public speaking skills and current or past involvement with a public child welfare, juvenile justice and/or children’s system of care agency?

Do you or does anyone you know have a passion for improving child welfare practices for adolescents?

The Transitions for Youth program is seeking talented and outgoing young adults (18 or older) who have current or past involvement with a public child welfare, juvenile justice and/or children’s system of care to work as per diem (paid a daily rate) trainer consultants to co-facilitate training modules focusing on adolescent development, resilience, social connections, and additional material based on the Center for the Study of Social Policy’s “Youth Thrive” Framework.

Trainings will be delivered to CP&P staff and Department of Children and Families providers who serve adolescents with the goal of increasing the knowledge and skills of child welfare professionals working directly with adolescents, and promoting a more informed, engaging, responsive approach to case practice.

Candidates must be available to co-train full-day training series and must be reliable and capable of independently making travel arrangements. Candidates possessing a BA/BS degree are preferred. Prior training experience strongly preferred.

Click here to complete an on-line application.

Applications are being accepted until all positions are filled. Interested parties should apply as soon as possible!  

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