Volunteer Opportunities

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Class of 2016 Mediator Training, from L to R: James Whalen, Cassidee Retzloff, Bruce Zimmerman, Annemarie Askwith (Case Manager), Christin McKerchie, Nikki Dowd-McKechnie (Executive Director), Brent Kallstrom, Karen Sprague (Case Manager), Karen Kangas (Co-Trainer) and Wanda Joseph (Trainer). Missing from the picture is Barbara Bouchard.

The E.U.P. Community Dispute Resolution Center is recruiting volunteer mediators for the class of 2018. 

Mediation is a voluntary process where two or more parties involved in a dispute use a neutral mediator to assist with looking for a resolution. Mediators require good communication skills, the ability to remain neutral, and a commitment to a collaborative approach to resolving conflict. No educational or occupational preference is required, only the ability to give of your time and talents and a 40 hour training course that we offer. 

If you would like information on becoming a mediator, please contact the Executive Director at (906) 253-9840. Or feel free to email us director@eupmediate.org.

Volunteers

EUP CDRC volunteer mediators were United Way Group of the Month in June 2006