Community Justice & Peacebuilding Program
Volunteers are the heart of our program, we hope to have a diverse group of community members trained in conflict resolution skills to promote the peaceful resolution of conflict before it escalates in their communities. The CJP program values volunteers with a variety of backgrounds, life experiences, and perspectives. We look for our applicants to have sincere commitment towards self-growth and serving the local communities for years to come.
Do I have to be a resident of Fauquier County to volunteer?
We welcome volunteers from Fauquier, Culpeper and Rappahannock counties.
What is our selection process?
Prospective peacebuilders must submit applications to the CJP program coordinator on our website or in person at our office. We will select volunteers to participate using a wide range of criteria and through a social justice and equity lens.
PDRC desires to have volunteers with a variety of backgrounds, life experiences, and perspectives. Additionally we look for a sincere commitment towards self-growth and serving the community for years to come. PDRC equally values people with and without prior peacebuilding experience.