Through a partnership between the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation and Bama Works, Dorothy Batten, UVA Community Health, and Twice is Nice, the Mediation Center of Charlottesville was awarded a $10,000 Community Recovery & Catalyst Grant to help support MCC’s general operations through the uncertain times of COVID-19. We are most grateful!
We are pleased to announce the Mediation Center has received a $5,000 grant in support of our programs. This is the fourth grant we have received from the Bama Works Fund since late 2015, and we are grateful for the continued support!
Named in honor of longtime MCC mediator, volunteer, and supporter Judy Morton, this scholarship will cover 100% of the recipient’s fee for the Basic Mediation Skills course. The award will be bestowed annually to the student whose application best articulates an interest in mediation vis-a-vis his/her career or future pursuits. If you are interested in taking Basic Mediation Skills and would like to apply for the scholarship, please see the application guidelines below. Completed scholarship applications must be submitted at least 6 weeks before the start of the course, and the award recipient is notified 4 weeks before the start date.
Congratulations go to NeShara Gaston, recipient of the 2019 Judy Morton Scholarship!
At this time, 2020 training in Basic Mediation Skills has not been scheduled due to COVID-19. Please check back at this page for updates. When the course is scheduled, to apply for the Judy Morton Scholarship, you will need to submit your name and contact info (address, phone, & email) and a narrative of up to 500 words with the subject line “Judy Morton Scholarship” to email@example.com and include the following information:
- Why you want to be a mediator,
- What you see as the value of mediation today,
- How training in mediation skills fits into your future plans or career.
We are pleased and thankful to announce the Center has received a $5,000 grant in support of our training programs. This is the third grant we have received from the Bama Works Fund since late 2015, and we are grateful for the continued support!
Many thanks to the thoughtful, generous donors who responded to MCC’s Fall Appeal. Your support helps the Center continue its conflict resolution activities in the community. We wish you the best for the New Year!