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The Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management (PCJ) has initiated a fellowship program for an incoming first year student at Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) interested in criminal justice sector policy and practice. Fellows partner with the PCJ’s senior leadership and researchers to improve interaction among students, practitioners, and scholars in the criminal justice field to create multiple channels of connection among scholarship, practice, and teaching of criminal justice policy. Fellows receive $15,000 in tuition reimbursement during their first year of study.
The Program in Criminal Justice has a strong network of potential Policy Analysis Exercise (PAE) clients around the globe. Feel free to schedule an appointment with a member of our staff or reach out for assistance to explore opportunities that satisfy your individual needs. Our work has and does involve areas such as human rights, performance management, crime prevention through environmental design, re-entry, and much more.
Visit the PCJ Student Opportunities page for an overview of available options.
The PCJ is a research program, not a degree program