2019 Next Generation Fellowship Application
TO APPLY: Please follow the instructions and provide complete answers to the application questions in this online form. The online application cannot be saved and completed at a later time, so it is recommended that you write your responses on another platform and then copy/paste into this form for submission.

All online applications must be submitted by 11:59 pm on Sunday, August 18, 2019.


ABOUT YOU: An ideal candidate for the Next Generation Fellowship will have the following: (1) an interest in contributing to justice reform efforts through policy advocacy; (2) an interest in collaborating and building community within the fellowship; (3) an appetite to learn at any experience level; and (4) experience being directly impacted by the justice system.

Find out about the 2018 Fellows at www.cjcj.org/news/12470.


TENTATIVE SESSION DATES:

Session 1: Monday, October 28 and Tuesday, October 29, 2019 (Santa Cruz, CA)
Session 2: Monday, December 9 and Tuesday, December 10, 2019 (Los Angeles, CA)
Session 3: Monday, February 3 and Tuesday, February 4, 2020 (Sacramento, CA)

Accommodations will be provided and travel costs will be reimbursed up to $300 per session. Fellows must commit to attending all three sessions.


ABOUT NGF:

The Next Generation Fellowship (NGF) is a leadership development and policy advocacy training for formerly incarcerated or justice-involved individuals from across California. It supports emerging leaders in 1) advancing racial justice and cultural healing, and 2) influencing state and local government through policy advocacy. The fellowship focuses on the movement to end mass incarceration with an emphasis on promoting healthy, safe communities.

Fellows will leverage their personal and professional experiences to drive transformative change in the justice system. Over three 2-day sessions, participants will take part in culturally-relevant activities intended to foster effective storytelling, civic participation, and strategic advocacy. Through NGF, fellows will recognize their lived experience as a form of expertise that can influence policy-making and strengthen campaigns for justice reform. NGF brings together a community of advocates and mentors that will provide ongoing support and connect fellows with opportunities for leadership in the justice reform field.

Find out more about the Next Generation Fellowship at www.cjcj.org/Next-Generation-Fellowship.html.


Contact nextgenfellowshipcal@gmail.com or (415) 621-5661 x. 103 with any questions.

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