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Opportunity Alert: Youth Reentry Fellowship with AIR’s Youth Reentry Technical Assistance Center

Opportunity Alert: Youth Reentry Fellowship with AIR’s Youth Reentry Technical Assistance Center

Are you passionate about fostering equitable opportunities for young people, families, and communities? Join us as a Youth Fellow with the Youth Reentry Technical Assistance Center in partnership with the Federal Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Overview:

AIR is offering a unique three-year Youth Reentry Technical Assistance (YRTA) Fellowship Program, where two fellows will receive comprehensive training and professional development. The program focuses on integrating lived experiences into the juvenile justice system, aiming to provide meaningful youth reentry programming.

Responsibilities:

As a fellow, you will collaborate with the YRTA team, participate in meetings, events, and contribute to the planning and facilitation of training webinars. Your role involves developing resources, assisting in building connections with youth-led organizations, and co-leading the delivery of events to raise awareness about the importance of reentry services.

Qualifications:

  • Education: High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Experience: Experience with juvenile justice systems is a plus but not required
  • Skills: Strong interpersonal skills, ability to lead and collaborate, solution-focused orientation, attention to detail, and excellent communication skills.

Additional Information:

  • The fellowship is a paid position with health benefits.
  • The fellows will work 30 hours a week.
  • Remote work within the United States is possible.

How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit an interest application online. Please note that all sections of the application must be completed for consideration.

About AIR:

Established in 1946, AIR is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit institution based in Arlington, Virginia. We focus on behavioral and social science research, providing technical assistance to address urgent challenges in various sectors. Our commitment to diversity is integrated into our strategy, operations, and work environment.

Important Notices:

  • Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S.
  • AIR adheres to child safeguarding principles and conducts reference and background checks.
  • Beware of job scams – AIR recruitment emails will only be sent from an “@air.org” domain.

Join us in making a difference! If you are passionate about creating positive change in the lives of young people, families, and communities, this fellowship opportunity could be the perfect fit for you. Apply today and be a part of our mission to build a better, more equitable world!

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