SCMA and San Diego NCRC Present Non-Traditional and Unexplored Career Paths For Mediators

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SCMA and San Diego NCRC Present Non-Traditional and Unexplored Career Paths For Mediators

February 24 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Southern California Mediation Association (SCMA) and the National Conflict Resolution Center (NCRC) present:

Non-traditional and Unexplored Career Paths for Mediators

Join us for an interesting panel presentation and learn how you can incorporate mediation skills into non-traditional and unexplored careers. A panel of dispute resolution professionals from different organizations, sectors and practices areas will share how they are using their mediation skills in their very unique ADR practices.  Sign up today!  : http://www.ncrconline.com/mediation-conflict-resolution-training/worshops/non-traditional-and-unexplored-career-paths

 

Where: NCRC San Diego offices: 530 B Street, 11th Floor, San Diego, CA 92101

When: Saturday, February 24th from 10:00 am – noon.

 

Panelists:

John Armijo, Campus Ombudsperson, University of California San Diego.

 

Jason Harper, Owner of Harper Conflict Resolution LLC and ADR Consultant, Los Angeles County Office of Education.

 

Debra Dupree, Marriage, Family Therapist and Founder of Relationships at Work, Inc.

 

Richard Robertson, Vice President of Students Services Emeritus, MiraCosta  College.

 

Moderator:  

Ana Sambold, San Diego Superior Court Civil Mediation Panel Mediator, AAA Arbitrator and NCRC trainer.

 

Venue

NCRC
530 B Street, 11th Floor,
San Diego,CA92101United States
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