Promoting Academic Achievement

Promoting Academic Achievement

A prestigious 15-month program in which talented John Jay College juniors and seniors enroll in June and serve until August of the subsequent year. Community Fellows complete intensive placements at distinguished community-based organizations that focus on youth justice. Fellows also participate in on-going personal and professional development, earn 12-credits through the Practicum in Youth Justice Course, and receive a generous stipend of $12,750 through the Pinkerton Foundation.
  • Art and Justice Fellowship
The John Jay Art & Justice Fellows Program combines rigorous academic and fine arts experience, faculty mentorship, and professional arts internships for a select group of upper-level students. Students in the program will intern with select art galleries, artists’ studios, museums, and arts institutions which promote positive social change through the visual arts. Fellows will receive 06 academic credits and a $2.000 stipend for their commitment and service in the program.