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The Campaign for College Opportunity’s Steve Weiner and David Wolf Founder Fellowship Program is offering two part-time, nine-month, paid Research Fellowships to prepare the next generation of higher education advocates.
WCJA is looking for a well-organized Executive Assistant to provide support for two of our department heads. This is a great opportunity to establish working relationships with high-level executives and contribute to the overall efficiency of our organization.
The Beyond Rosies Campaign, a project of the Women’s Community Justice Association, is seeking an experienced and visionary criminal justice reform leader who thrives in a collaborative organization for their Campaign Director.
Join The Sentencing Project as their new Sentencing Reform Counsel. The Sentencing Reform Counsel is a new position at The Sentencing Project (TSP) which will support its overall work on ending mass incarceration through criminal legal reform.
Stetson University seeks candidates who hold a Ph.D. in a humanities discipline and whose research scholarship engages in food studies for an 18-month Mellon postdoctoral teaching and research fellowship. The academic appointment will be in the College of Arts and Sciences and aligned with the Community Education Project (CEP), a multidisciplinary higher education in prison program at Stetson University.
The Ascendium Education Group is looking for an experienced grantmaker to advance our postsecondary education in prison focus area. Senior program officers are responsible for leading work in a particular area of Ascendium’s strategy by designing and leading complex grants and partnerships, gaining deep expertise in their strategic focus area, and serving as a thought leader to advance learning and scaled impact in the field.
New Leaf Tree Professionals is seeking a part-time seasonal Operations and Outreach Coordinator to help us build their program. New Leaf Tree Professionals (NLTP) is a non-profit organization that connects formerly incarcerated people to career training opportunities in conservation work, with a focus on women and non-binary individuals.
The Prison Society is now accepting applications for two Regional Organizer positions—one in Western Pennsylvania, and one in Eastern Pennsylvania—to support and grow our prison monitoring work. The Organizers will work with the Director of Prison Monitoring and engage directly with volunteers and prison officials across the Commonwealth. If you are an organizer and passionate about criminal justice and how men and women are treated while they are incarcerated, this may be the position for you.
Washington University has secured a grant from the Mellon Foundation to work with a local non-profit organization named LaunchCode and a team of incarcerated coders to build an offline Learning Management System to support digital educational access in correctional environments.