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BJS and OJJDP Announce Fellowship Opportunity To Address Juvenile Justice Populations

March 21, 2017


The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), in collaboration with OJJDP, is seeking a visiting fellow to enhance the capacity to analyze and report critical data to the field regarding juvenile justice populations. Visiting fellows will have an opportunity to address substantive, methodological, and analytic issues relevant to OJJDP programs and to further knowledge about and understanding of the operation of the juvenile justice system. Fellowships may provide as much as $200,000 for as long as 12 months to support research conducted at BJS or their home sites, use BJS and OJJDP data and facilities, and interact with BJS and OJJDP staff. Applications are due by May 4, 2017.

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Read the solicitation.

Visit OJJDP's funding page for more funding opportunities.

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