Become a Trainer!
Join the Resilience Community Facilitators Project
Training coming soon: May 14 & 15
The Maine Resilience Building Network is seeking professional and community members representing a range of sectors (i.e., business, media, early education/schools, youth-serving organizations, law enforcement, religious or fraternal organizations, civic and volunteer groups, healthcare, local government agencies, adults and seniors/aging representatives, youth, parents/foster parents, and underrepresented community members) throughout the State with demonstrated ability to facilitate, train or teach (exceptions may be made for this experience requirement for those in under-represented sectors/segments) to be engaged as Resilience Community Facilitators.
EXTENDED DEADLINE: Individuals with the following personal qualities are encouraged to apply by APRIL 16th:
Commitment to trauma informed approaches,
Experience working across multiple disciplines, and
Commitment to communities in need.
Deadline for applications:
Once trained, trainers will receive stipends when trainings are offered for a fee. Stipends will be $165 for 60 minute trainings & $210 for two hour trainings. Additional stipend details are in development and will be discussed at the training.
All applicants will:
Commit to the free two-day professional development training May 14 & 15, 2018
Agree to all expectations of Community Facilitators (details in application).
Complete a Community Facilitators Application.
Provide a resume or curriculum vitae (CV).
Submit two letters of recommendation.
Submit a $25, non-refundable, application fee. Please makes checks out to MRBN/MCA.
ALL THE DETAILS are in the APPLICATION here.
Questions about this project can be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org