Are you someone who believes that all children have the right to be “Safe, Strong and Free?” If so, then join our dynamic team of trained volunteers in the Newton Public Schools’ Child Assault Prevention (CAP) Program, who are committed to teaching children in the Newton Elementary Schools the skills that they need to stand up for themselves if faced with a situation involving verbal, physical or sexual assault. We are now accepting applications for the 2014-2015 school year. The next training begins the week of October 18. 19 Continuing Education Credits available for MSWs. For more information or an application, please visit our website or email Gail Sommer at email@example.com.
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