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CCEJ has provided robust range of trainings and technical assistance services for a wide range of sectors since 1963. Specializing in the areas of Equity and Inclusion Education, Restorative Justice Practices, Youth Leadership Development, and InterGroup Dialogue; CCEJ trainings and technical assistance tap into our unique strengths as both practitioners and trainers to ensure our partners receive high quality, impactful, and applicable support.

CCEJ integrates a “Head, Heart and Hand” approach in all of our work. We believe that opportunities for learning and growth exist at every point of conflict, interaction and sharing. Dialogue is central to our process. It is difficult and uncomfortable, and requires vulnerability, courage and openness to unpack the issues we explore. We approach our partnerships with the recognition that all of us hold powerful knowledge and experiences that can be activated in the service of challenging oppression. Our pedagogical approach centers on the use and uplifting of personal stories and experiences for the purposes of learning. Throughout our trainings and programs, CCEJ staff are intentional about utilizing trauma informed and restorative practices in our approach. We look to leverage strong relationships in training spaces to encourage risk taking, honesty and curiosity.

It is for these reasons that CCEJ trainings utilize a ratio of 1 facilitator for 18 participants and ensure as best as possible that facilitation teams are reflective of the identities of the participants. We work closely with clients to ensure that the objectives and design of our trainings and technical assistance match their needs, and are able to customize trainings based on those needs and informed by our best practices.

Communities We Serve

Community members: individuals (youth and adults), families, residents, community groups, neighborhood associations, and resident-led place-based initiatives.

Schools and Districts: throughout Southern California, including elementary, middle, high schools, K-12, continuation and other non-traditional school settings, community colleges, four-year colleges and universities and their governing institutions.

Nonprofit organizations: youth-serving organizations, advocacy organizations, faith organizations, arts organizations, social justice organizations and coalitions.

Workplaces: small businesses, corporations, education-related businesses and institutions, and tech start-ups.

Government entities: local, city and county departments, juvenile justice-related entities including police, district attorneys, city prosecutors, probation and courts.

Trainings for Youth

  • Restorative Justice Circlekeeping for Youth
  • Codeswitching as Empowerment
  • Navigating School-to-Prison Pipeline
  • Introduction to Group Facilitation
  • Advanced Group Facilitation
  • Exploring Discrimination and Social Oppression
  • Positive Identity Development (Racial & Gender)

Trainings & Technical Assistance for Youth Serving Organizations

  • Introduction to Group Facilitation
  • Advanced Group Facilitation
  • Community Building for New Groups
  • Community Building for Established Groups
  • Learning Through Play
  • Empowerment Means Allyship: Challenging Adultism to Nurture Youth Leadership
  • Including & Supporting LGBTQI+ Students
  • Making Youth Leadership Work
  • Implementing Restorative Justice Practices in Internal Culture, Polices, & Practices
  • Conflict Mediation
  • Restorative Justice Harm Circle Process

Trainings & Technical Assistance for School Professionals

  • Community Building for New Groups
  • Community Building for Established Groups
  • Building & Sustaining Equity and Inclusion
  • Communicating Across Differences
  • Identity-Based Conflicts Crisis Response
  • Implementing Restorative Justice Practices in Classroom Culture, Polices, & Practices
  • Implementing Restorative Justice Practices in School & District Culture, Polices, and Practices
  • Restorative Justice Practices Coaching
  • Conflict Mediation
  • Restorative Justice Harm Circle Process

Trainings & Technical Assistance for Workplaces

  • Community Building for New Groups
  • Community Building for Established Groups
  • Communicating Across Differences
  • Building & Sustaining Equity and Inclusion
  • Leading as Who I Am: Using Our Identities in Leadership
  • Implementing Restorative Justice Practices in Internal Culture, Polices, & Practices
  • Implementing Restorative Justice Practices With People We Serve
  • Restorative Justice Practices Coaching
  • Conflict Mediation
  • Restorative Justice Harm Circle Process

 

To learn more and schedule a free consultation with CCEJ, please contact Daniel Solis, Associate Executive Director at dsolis@cacej.org or 562.435.8184

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