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We're hiring a summer fellow

Corrections to College California is seeking a graduate student in education, public policy, or a related area. We encourage justice-involved graduate students to apply.

The position:

Corrections to College California is seeking a summer fellow to aid in the development of resources for the higher education and criminal justice field. Our projects include policy changes in California’s community colleges, policy changes in CDCR, resources for community colleges teaching inside CDCR, research resources, and data on students inside correctional facilities. The position offers a flexible schedule for a self-starter who can meet deadlines with limited supervision. A good fit would be someone interested in systems change work at the intersection of mass incarceration and higher education, but expertise in both subject areas is not required. This is a paid position for a maximum of 100 hours. The Corrections to College California office is in downtown Berkeley, California.

To apply, email a resume and brief cover letter to kellie@theopportunityinstitute.org by May 1, 2018. 

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Corrections to College California is a project of Renewing Communities, a four-year initiative designed to build a network of bridges from corrections to college in California. Renewing Communities is a joint initiative of The Opportunity Institute and the Stanford Criminal Justice Center. 

Corrections to College California is supported by 13 state and national foundations and groups, including The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Bank of America Charitable Foundation, ECMC Foundation, Ford Foundation, Heising-Simons Foundation, Rosenberg Foundation, Roy and Patricia Disney Family Foundation, The Ballmer Group, The California Wellness Foundation, The California Endowment, Weingart Foundation, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and The Art for Justice Fund.