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Noah Project Mentor Training
Noah Project Mentor Training

Fri, Mar 08


Solano College

Noah Project Mentor Training

This FREE two-day mentor training provides mentors with the tools and resources needed to support The Noah Project. Click below to learn more.

Time & Location

Mar 08, 2024, 9:00 AM PST – Mar 09, 2024, 1:00 PM PST

Solano College, 4000 Suisun Valley Rd, Fairfield, CA 94534, USA

About the event

This FREE training is being offered with the intention of recruiting mentors for Alternative Restorative Communities' Noah Project, a community-based mentor program. The program has been designed to engage young people who are on the margins of the community and particularly those at risk of exclusion or educational failure, which includes youth in detention.

The overall aim of our work is to reduce the disparate entry and deeper advancement of youth of color in the juvenile justice system. The Noah Project focuses on ensuring that young people aged 14-18 make wise lifestyle choices, stay in school, engage in pro-social behavior, and positively contribute to their families, communities, and society.

The Noah Project provides mentors and mentees with a high-quality and professional experience. This is a community mentoring program that pairs trained volunteer mentors with young people who need help realizing their potential. Attendees will receive a Mentoring Handbook that includes all the information you need to support you on your mentoring journey.

This is a wonderful opportunity to experience premier youth mentor training in Solano County. All mentors will need to pass a live scan. Prior involvement with the justice system should not deter any one from applying, as a waiver can be requested based on individual circumstances.

This program is a collaboration between Alternative Restorative Communities LLC, the Human Services Program at Solano College, Solano County Probation, and The Office of the Solano County Public Defender.

To register for this FREE training, please call Julie Hilt at 707-290-0955 or email to register and request an application form.


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