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NYC Social Justice Post-Graduate Fellowship

The New York City Department of Citywide Administrative Services will sponsor The New York City Social Justice Post-Graduate Fellowship (SJPF) a full-time program for law school graduates to gain professional experience within municipal government. In its inaugural year, SJPF will run as a pilot program for nine months from January 2017 – September 2017.

Fellows will be placed within City agencies, offices, or the City Council in roles that complement their skill sets, interests, and expertise. The work will be legal in nature. Fellows will work on projects that foster equity for under served and under resourced communities, and engage in issue areas that impact communities that experience disparate outcomes across the five boroughs. In this capacity, Fellows will have the opportunity to collaborate with senior level policymakers, elected officials, and participate directly in the work of policy making and governance.

While taking part in the work of government, SJP Fellows will also be required to participate in specially designed educational and professional development programming throughout the year that will help them serve as effective government leaders.

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