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Applications for Youth Justice Leadership Institute Being Accepted

March 17, 2015

National Juvenile Justice NetworkThe National Juvenile Justice Network (NJJN) is accepting applications for the 2015-16 Youth Justice Leadership Institute, a year-long fellowship program for emerging leaders of color interested in juvenile justice reform. NJJN is looking for 10 outstanding fellows to learn juvenile justice system processes, leadership, and advocacy skills. Fellows will be paired with mentors. This fellowship program focuses on developing a strong base of advocates and organizers who reflect communities that juvenile justice system practices and policies most affect.

Apply by April 6, 2015.

Resources:

Read the Institute's brochure.

Watch the two informational webinars that the Institute hosted.

Download images and sample social media posts from the Institute’s digital media kit.

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