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Apply to the Youth Justice Leadership Institute
Know an emerging professional of color with a passion for reforming the youth justice system? Someone who wants to further develop the leadership and advocacy skills you use for systems change?
The National Juvenile Justice Network (NJJN) is now accepting applications for the Youth Justice Leadership Institute, a year-long fellowship opportunity designed to help youth justice advocates of color further develop the skills they need to achieve their advocacy goals.
If you are or you know someone who may be interested, check out the links below:
» The Youth Justice Leadership Institute: Building a Movement.
» Frequently Asked Questions.
» How to become a fellow.
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