Volunteer

Volunteer as an AVP Workshop Facilitator

Make a difference in other people’s lives as well as experience the joy of personal growth by becoming an AVP Workshop Facilitator.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Facilitate three-day workshops in correctional facilities and communities

  • Lead group exercises, discussions and activities

  • Work collaboratively with a facilitating team

TRAINING AND SUPPORT:

To become a facilitator, a person must participate in the Basic, Advanced, and Training for Facilitators Workshops and serve as an apprentice co-facilitator. AVP Colorado relies on the well-defined curricula, manuals and support developed by AVP-USA.

 
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“AVP has given me the opportunity to inspire others to look inward—and to discover new things about myself. We can all use these tools to better our relationships at home and at work too.”

-A Volunteer Facilitator

COMMITMENT:

Workshop days and times vary; many are on weekends. Workshops last between 18-22 hours over the course of two to three consecutive days. Workshop planning requires an additional time commitment.

LEARN MORE:

Contact Volunteer Coordinator Maire Callan at Maire@nfnc-avp.org to learn more about this opportunity.