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Registration Open for Global Youth Justice Training

On September 26-28, 2017, Global Youth Justice will host its 17th Global Youth Justice Training Institute in Cape Cod, MA. Participants will learn strategies to enhance and establish volunteer-driven youth diversion programs-teen, peer, youth, and student courts and peer juries. Topics will include training sessions on recruiting and training adult/youth volunteers, data collection, juvenile referral sources, improving peer-imposed community service, community partnerships, wrap-around services, and types of juvenile crimes, offenses, and violations. A half-day grant writing session will also be offered.


Register for the training.

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Date Created: June 12, 2017