ACADEMY FACULTY & STAFF
Dr. Debra L. Stanley
Academy Director, Faculty
Click below to print or download an application:
Due January 15, 2019
WHO SHOULD APPLY?
Individuals from victim services agencies and other organizations
that serve crime victims. This includes paid staff and volunteers
from a variety of community-based and system-based programs
and other allied professionals such as law enforcement and
corrections. Ideally, candidates will have a minimum of two years
in the field of victim assistance.
HOW TO APPLY?
Click on the blue text box for 2019 Winter application (above) or the
green text box for 2019 Summer application (above). Instructions
provided on forms.
The all-inclusive $300 fee covers tuition, housing, meals, and all training materials. Financial assistance is available through a limited number of scholarships through the Academy, and may be covered by VOCA funds from the participant’s agency of employment. Additionally, the U.S. Office for Victims of Crime offers scholarships for professional development.
Bon Secours Spiritual Center, Marriottsville, Maryland. For more about the site, go to BonSecoursSpiritualCenter.org
SAMPLE TOPICS COVERED
Victims Rights & Laws, Restitution, Family Violence, Workplace Violence, Collaboration & Network Building, Vicarious Trauma and Self-Help, Certification and Professional Development.
In order to be eligible for selection, a candidate must submit one (1) typed application and two (2) letters of recommendation, one of which must be from your supervisor/program coordinator. An application form can be downloaded by clicking on the link below. The blank application form itself may be photocopied and shared, but once typed and completed, please mail it, along with the two recommendations, to:
Roper Victim Assistance Academy
Debra L. Stanley, Ph.D.
School of Criminal Justice
University of Baltimore
1420 North Charles Street, Room LAP 518
Baltimore, MD 21201
Up to 35 participants from among all those who apply will be selected to attend the upcoming Academy. To create the optimal learning environment, the Academy’s Selection Review Board will strive to construct a class of participants which reflects a balance in cultural, programmatic, professional, and geographic diversity.
For the first time, RVAAM will offer two Academy trainings in one year:
FEBRUARY 10 to 15 (Winter Academy) and JUNE 3 to 7 (Summer Academy)
Click on APPLICATION tab ~ Space is limited.