This is a full-time fellowship; half of the role involves public policy advocacy, focused primarily on mass incarceration and needed reforms to the U.S. criminal justice system, with a secondary focus on gun violence. The other half of the role focuses on the office’s public communications. Deadline for receiving letters and resumes is January 25, 2019. It is an entry-level role that involves significant mentoring and opportunities for growth and development.

Salaried: 
Stipend/Allowance
Full time equivalent: 
Full time
Term: 
2 years
Start date: 
Friday, March 1, 2019
Washington DC
Washington DC, DC
United States