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Education and Training

Cornerstone provides educational programs and outreach services to such places as schools, workplaces, civic groups, and faith organizations on a variety of topics related to domestic violence, sexual violence and human trafficking.

Education and Training

Our experienced staff offer up-to-date, culturally relevant and engaging presentations designed to actively raise public awareness about the complex effects of interpersonal violence on individuals, children, and communities. Education and outreach opportunities include:

50+ Hour Training

Twice a year, Cornerstone hosts a 50+ hour training series to offer education and insight into the dynamics, scope and impact of interpersonal violence through a trauma-informed lens. The next training series is Wednesday, January 29, 2020 through February 29, 2020 and includes certification of the 40 hour training required for Sexual Violence Advocates. The multi-week training is offered at a discounted rate of $50 per person for employees or volunteers of community-based domestic or sexual violence programs. For all other interested parties there is a $100 fee to attend this training. For organizations that present during our training series, there will be no charge for their employees or volunteers to attend.

Please contact Cheryl Kolb-Untinen, Cornerstone’s Prevention, Education and Clinical Services Program Manager, at Cherylk@cornerstonemn.org for more information about the training series and to register.