Community Training Opportunities

Volunteer advocates are encouraged to broaden their knowledge base and stay up-to-date with the latest issues facing today's youth. In addition to CASA trainings, workshops and webinars, advocates may choose to attend relevant community programs that also can be applied to the annual continuing education requirement. Advocates, check here regularly to see if there's an upcoming program that interests you and your advocacy work. Be sure to let your supervisor know of any programs you've registered to attend!


September 2017-May 2018
Career Closet is an organization that aims to provide women who are looking to enter the workforce with professional attire. Their goal is to ensure each client feels confident and comfortable in the clothing that they choose in order to have the greatest success possible when re-entering the work force. They are located in Cranford and women looking to benefit from their services must be referred by a non-profit organization. If you know any women who would benefit from this program you can find more information and a referral form here


October 25, 2017
Annual Union County Networking Conference
Community Access Unlimited, 80 West Grand Street, Elizabeth
Hosted by the Union County Youth Services Steering Committee.
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