The Giving Tree Project at Winter Wonderland Holiday Lights December 14th 2018

It’s that time of the year when we remember most of all those whom we hold near and dear! Yes, the excellent opportunity to celebrate with Wellfield Botanic Gardens, the Giving Tree Project at Winter Wonderland Holiday Lights Event! Phew! We at Center for Community Justice (CCJ) are excited by the grace, the beauty, the Read more about The Giving Tree Project at Winter Wonderland Holiday Lights December 14th 2018[…]

Receptionist/Administrative Assistant Open Position

The Center for Community Justice is accepting applications for a Receptionist/Administrative Assistant to work part-time. Applicants must be computer proficient, handle multiple tasks, including receiving clients and answering 6 phone lines. Cover letters and resumes accepted through November 16, 2018 via mail, fax or email.   NO AGENCIES OR PHONE CALL INQUIRIES   The Center Read more about Receptionist/Administrative Assistant Open Position[…]

Restorative Mediation and Facilitation Open Position

The Center for Community Justice (CCJ) announces a part -time (32 hours per week) opening to work in Restorative Mediation and Facilitation. Position requirements: BA/BS, preferred prior mediation and circle training, strong communication skills, passion for restorative justice, and ability to work constructively as part of a team. Spanish language skills are a plus. CCJ Read more about Restorative Mediation and Facilitation Open Position[…]

Restorative Trainings for Church Leaders at Mennonite Mission Network

Center for Community Justice is partnering with Mennonite Mission Network to facilitate a number of trainings on restorative justice for church leaders and others interested. Anne Lehman and AJ Delgadillo from Center for Community Justice presented about restorative justice and Don French facilitated a workshop on restorative reentry work. Goshen News reported. Are you interested Read more about Restorative Trainings for Church Leaders at Mennonite Mission Network[…]

Staying Out: Effectively Coaching the Formerly Incarcerated

Transitional Coaching Program Do you have a desire to impact your community by impacting adult individuals who need pro-social relationships and positive role models? Would you like to help someone discover their strengths and develop them; thereby, avoiding the cycle of recidivism? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the above – then you will Read more about Staying Out: Effectively Coaching the Formerly Incarcerated[…]