February 20, 2014
The National Juvenile Justice Network is now accepting applications for the 2014-15 Youth Justice Leadership Institute.
The Institute is a robust, year-long program for emerging professionals of color that includes leadership development, training in juvenile justice system policies and practices, theories of change, and advocacy skills development.
In March, 2014, Institute coordinator Diana Onley-Campbell hosted two informational webinars for prospective applicants. The webinars were intended to provide background on the Youth Justice Leadership Institute, an overview of the fellowship's structure, expectations, and outcomes, a review of the application process, and answer any questions that prospective applicants may have. Alumni of the Institute were also invited to discuss their experiences.
Though the webinars have passed, you can view a recording of both sessions here (sessions cover the same material):
If you have any questions about the Institute or the application process, please direct them to Institute coordinator Diana Onley-Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org.