What We Do Provide our community with a restorative justice approach to crime
What You Will Learn The philosophy and practices of Restorative Justice; how Restorative Justice interfaces with the criminal court and retributive justice paradigm; communication and conflict resolution skills; best practices to support volunteers in a volunteer-based organization; skills and competencies needed to fulfill the administrative, training and marketing needs of a community organization
What You Will Do - Assist staff with implementation and administration of restorative justice programs, volunteer management, training and event coordination and delivery, and maintenance and improvement of social media
Logistics Approximately 15 hours per week for approximately 6 months, mostly day-time with some evening hours beginning spring/summer
Qualifications Desired - Strong written communication skills; ability to learn quickly; team player able to take direction and to work independently; organized and detail-oriented; reliable and punctual; good time-management skills; proficient with Microsoft Office suite; sense of humor appreciated
BCJC : Jackie
The BCJC is a community organization which works with citizens to find ways to resolve conflict constructively, using primarily restorative justice principles and practices. We serve a spectrum of participants from pre-adjudication to post-incarceration and programs include the Reparative Board Program, Offender Reentry Program, and Justice Alternatives. The bulk of our programs are delivered by our 50+ volunteers. The BCJC is a non profit organization of the city of Brattleboro, is funded by the VT Department of Corrections and is part of a statewide network of Justice Centers located across Vermont. The BCJC serves victims and offenders, collaborates with police departments, states attorneys office, and court and serves the greater Brattleboro community.
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