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Georgia Justice Project Davidson Impact Fellowship Information Session

 The Georgia Justice Project (GJP) defends people accused of crimes, and win or lose, stands with them while they rebuild their lives by offering free legal services coupled with a full range of social and employment services. Their efforts include direct service to those accused of crimes, strengthening partnerships with other organizations involved in the community, communications, and supporting the organization's policy efforts at the state and regional level. With more than 25 years of experience, GJP has developed a comprehensive suite of services, coupling holistic legal defense and social services with advocacy support, to address the barriers to economic stability faced by the criminally accused. ************************* The Davidson Impact Fellows program is a chance for new graduates to work in nonprofit agencies after graduation with direct supervision from high-level leaders. Each experience will give the fellow an opportunity to develop his/her understanding of the challenges and efforts that are a part of bringing social change in our communities. In addition, fellows will take on substantial projects for the organizations to contribute to the efforts in a powerful and meaningful way. Please see the link below to apply on Handshake for the Davidson Impact Fellowship at Georgia Justice Project. https://app.joinhandshake.com/jobs/1122426

Location

Knobloch Campus Center Alvarez 302 - Morcott Room

Event Type

Information Session

Contact

Schlein, Kayla N
kaschlein@davidson.edu