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Seeking Peer Support Volunteers: Pilot Annual Training Program for the Massachusetts Legal Profession

Seeking Peer Support Volunteers: Pilot Annual Training Program for the Massachusetts Legal Profession

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As we prepare to launch our first annual Volunteer Training Program, we’ll share updates with those who are interested in providing peer support to other members of the Massachusetts legal profession.

We are excited to share progress as we develop a formal training pilot program for LCL MA volunteers to help us to better stay connected and leverage the wealth of personal and professional experiences of our community members to lend support to individuals when needed.

If you are interested in learning more and being part of such a training in the future, please provide your name and email address hereOf course, this will not commit you to participating.

We will be sending out surveys to prospective volunteers shortly and if you are interested, we will make sure you receive the survey and future announcements regarding our progress in putting together this training.

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