Challenging and Rewarding - 4/9/2018 "Challenging and rewarding! - Joanne Owens, Volunteer Mediator
Challenging, Satisfying, a Learning Experience - 4/9/2018 "Being a volunteer mediator is challenging, but very satisfying when an agreement is reached. Each mediation is different and a learning experience. - -Bob Boonstoppel, Volunteer Mediator
Becoming a mediator has been a life changing process - 3/22/2018 "Becoming a mediator has been a life changing process" - Lili, Volunteer Mediator
I feel the value of my efforts mediating & in outreach - 3/22/2018 I went to Basic Mediation Training at Chesapeake College in September 2017. It was 6 full days over 3 weekends of intense, intriguing, and informative hands-on interactive training. I left the training feeling connected to my classmates and looking forward to mediating with them. I started observing mediations then mediating after completing my training. After several mediations, I experienced how mediation helps our community, and now I also volunteer at community and networking events as well as social media and with website maintenance on behalf of CMUS. I recently attended the Parenting Plan Mediation Training in Edgewood and Legislative Day at the Capitol. It feels great to enrich my knowledge and see how mediation makes a difference in so many lives. - -Michelle Abeyta, Volunteer Mediator & Communications Committee Member
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