Details: Competitive compensation
Do you have what it takes to become a No Bully trainer?
Do you want to change these stats on how bullying impacts our youth?
· Approximately 30 per cent of US adolescents experience bullying at school
· Around one in six adolescents is the target of cyberbullying
· 10 million students are bullied each year in the US
No Bully partners with high level trainers (both part time and full time) to help us fulfill our mission of bringing schools sustainable, effective solutions to bullying.
As No Bully expands across the United States, we are actively recruiting trainers in the Kansas City area in its groundbreaking system for ending student bullying. By becoming a trainer, you will give teachers and school staff the skills and motivation to address student harassment and bullying. Participants in No Bully trainings will develop a high level of curiosity for the many dimensions of diversity and how that level of appreciation mitigates an appetite for bully behavior and the very real suffering this causes.
The ideal candidate:
- Shares our passion for ending student bullying
- Possesses experience of K-12 schools
- Has outstanding skills in training large groups of adults
- Has experience coaching individuals one-on-one
- Has availability to deliver 30 No Bully trainings and leadership coaching sessions in the next school year
- Maintains at all times high standards of professionalism
No Bully® is a nonprofit organization that ignites compassion to eradicate bullying and cyberbullying worldwide. Founded in San Francisco in 2003, No Bully was started by a collaborative team of educators, psychologists and lawyers committed to building a kinder and more compassionate world through ending the crisis of bullying in schools and online. Since its founding, No Bully has had a 90% success rate eliminating bullying in schools, serving 326 schools and over 200,000 students, partnering with institutions, families, parents, and students to teach the good use of power by empowering voice, compassion toward others, and inclusivity.
Camp No Bully 2018 – August 13 – 17, Arlington, Texas
Camp No Bully is an integrated set of experiences that prepares candidates to deliver the No Bully trainings and leadership coaching sessions with a high level of professionalism. Candidates observe a training at a school, participate in a demonstration training run by seasoned No Bully trainers and then practice delivery through small teachback sessions. Previous candidates have reported that their teachback sessions were among the best learning experience in training that they had ever received. Candidates who graduate from Camp No Bully receive ongoing professional development through observation of their trainings and constructive feedback, mentoring, webinars and annual booster sessions.
How to apply
No Bully has a strong commitment to diversity. We encourage applications from individuals of all generations, ethnicities, abilities, genders and those who are LGBTQ.
If you are an outstanding and experienced trainer and have the other qualities listed above, download and complete the No Bully Trainer application form at this link and e-mail this with your resume to the address stated in the application. Please indicate in the subject line of your email the geographical area you are applying i.e. 'No Bully Trainer Application [geographical area]
No Bully selects applicants who submit a compelling application to attend a video conference or face-to-face interview at which we will ask you to give a 15 minute demonstration of your training skills. Promising applicants are then invited to attend Camp No Bully. Round trip airfare and accommodation costs at Camp No Bully are covered by No Bully. If you demonstrate your expertise at Camp No Bully, you will graduate and receive a competitive fee for each No Bully training you successfully complete.
Our headquarters are in San Francisco. As an independent contractor, you would be working from your home and in K-12 schools. You will be assigned schools and will visit that school 3 times during a year long partnership. The number of schools vary based on need and availability.
Positive impact on youth, schools and communities.
Level of Language Proficiency
English and ideally Spanish and/or French language.
Minimum Education Required