Fall 2021 Community Health Worker Peer/ Certified Peer Specialist Training Academy – Aug 27
Posted by Drexel University on August 3, 2021
Now accepting applications for the Drexel Community Health Worker/ Certified Peer Specialist Training Academy for young adults impacted by violence.
The Drexel University Center for Nonviolence and Social Justice is accepting applications for a PAID job training program for Philadelphia residents ages 18-24 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 adults interested in becoming healers and helpers in their communities and entering the human service or healthcare fields.
The basic requirements for eligibility are:
- Philadelphia County Resident
- ages 18-24
- lived experience of violence or trauma
- HS diploma or GED
*PARTICIPANT PAYMENT* is provided, and transportation assistance is available. The deadline to apply is August 27, 2021.
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