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May 29, 2019

New opportunities to work on criminal justice reform at The Justice Collaborative

Earlier today, I received an email from Chris Geidner highlighting new professional opportunities at The Justice Collaborative.  I figured readers of this blog might be interested in, or know folks who might be interested in, these positions, so I got permission to reprint the heart of the email:

We want more people who care about fixing our criminal legal system to join our team at The Justice Collaborative....

We're looking for communications professionals, journalists, and/or smart strategy folks to apply for these three open positions. These people will play a key role in our work fighting for a criminal justice system that monitors and incarcerates as few people as necessary for as little time as necessary to keep our communities safe.

To get an idea of the focus of our work, check out this blueprint for criminal justice change.

We are very much wanting a diverse group of incredible applicants, so any help you can give circulating this notice to those who might be interested would be appreciated.  [Also, although we have office space in DC, NYC, and Austin, we have people working all over the country, so remote work is the norm for most of us at TJC!]   Apply today and/or encourage your friends and colleagues to do so! 

Work With Us: We are currently seeking applicants for the following open positions:

May 29, 2019 at 08:00 PM | Permalink


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