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Youth Justice Job Announcements | September 2015

September 14, 2015
Zoe Schein

    • Austin, TX (working remotely OK): Southwest Key Programsis seeking a 

      director of business development and marketing for youth justice services

    • Jackson, MS: The Southern Poverty Law Center of Mississippi (an NJJN member) is seeking a seasoned attorney (at least five years of experience) to be focused on education and mass incarceration. Learn more and apply

    • Miami, FL: The Southern Poverty Law Center of Florida, (an NJJN member) is seeking an attorney with at least two years of experience to be focused on mass incarceration. Learn more and apply.
       
    • Miami, FL: The Southern Poverty Law Center of Florida (an NJJN member) is seeking an advocate to conduct research for public policy advocacy, community education/engagement, and case investigation. Learn more and apply
       
    • Montgomery, AL: The Southern Poverty Law Center of Alabama (an NJJN member) is seeking a seasoned attorney (at least eight years of experience) to be focused on education and mass incarceration. Learn more and apply.
       
    • New Orleans, LA:  The Louisiana Center for Children’s Rights (an NJJN member) is seeking an experienced attorney to lead its campaign to end juvenile life without parole sentences in Louisiana. Learn more and apply.
       
    • New York, NY: The Correctional Association of New York (an NJJN member) is looking for a new director for its Women in Prison Project (WIPP). Learn more and apply

    • Portland, OR: The National Juvenile Justice Network is seeking a graduate level communications intern. The intern will support NJJN’s communications activities, including:

      building a youth justice photo library, drafting social media posts, creating promotional material (written, audio, and video), maintaining our digital library, documenting citations of NJJN’s work, and other duties as they arise. Learn more and apply.
      (NOTE: Intern may be based in Portland, OR or Washington, D.C. Interns applying in Portland should have the capacity to work remotely.)

    • Washington, D.C.:  The National Juvenile Justice Network is seeking a graduate level communications intern. See the listing for Portland, OR. Learn more and apply
      (NOTE: Intern may be based in Portland, OR or Washington, D.C. Interns applying in Portland should have the capacity to work remotely.)

    • Washington, D.C.: The National Juvenile Justice Network is seeking graduate level interns (public policy, social work, or law preferred) for the fall of 2015. The internship will focus on researching current juvenile justice issues, drafting policy briefs on a variety of juvenile justice topics, researching and drafting information on state legislative advances, and responding to requests for legislative support for state and federal juvenile justice bills. Learn more and apply

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