It was exciting when the Justice of the Peace Association announced its new Learning Center, but it also created some confusion. This article is to help users of our websites, JPus.org and JPus.Training, understand the difference between the two. We expect that this will help you have a better experience. All of the information on JPus.org and JPus.Training targets marriage officiants. The information on findaJP.com targets couples. JPus.org JPus.org is the Justice of the Peace Association's home. It is where professional marriage officiants go to belong to an organization that represents their needs. Member benefits include professional development, advocacy, representation, . . .
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Month: July 2020
Implicit bias is how our unconscious attitudes, beliefs and stereotypes affect how we think about and treat other people. When we understand these thoughts, we can choose how we process that information. The spring of 2020 was momentous, and will hopefully be remembered as a reckoning for our country. A time when a majority of our fellow citizens became more alert to racial discrimination and injustice. In this vain, each of us share in the responsibility to make our communities welcoming, safe and respectful for everyone. To expose and confront racism. This includes taking an active role to make change . . .
JPus.Training, the Learning Center for Marriage Officiants We recently announced the launch of JPus.Training, our new Learning Center where marriage officiants go to learn. We are excited to offer training opportunities for marriage officiants. And, to help us be even better, we welcome members' suggestions for future topics to cover. To help fast track registration and enrollment please follow the guide below. Step 1: Registration First, it is important to note that JPus.Training is a separate website compared to JPus.org. So, even if you are a member of JPus.org, you will need to create a new registration on the Learning . . .