Drexel offers free job training to young men impacted by violence

The Center for Nonviolence and Social Justice at Drexel University has developed a free job training program for men ages 18-30 with lived experience of violence to receive dual certification as Community Health Workers and Certified Peer Specialists.

This program is a good fit for young men interested in becoming healers and helpers in their communities and entering the human service or healthcare fields.

Applicants are expected to commit to 9 weeks of training 4 days per week (Monday - Thursday) The deadline to apply is March 13.

Click here to apply, here for the fact sheet and flyer. For additional information contact Casey Chanton.


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