The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform at Georgetown University is seeking applicants for Cohort V of its Multi-System Collaboration Training and Technical Assistance Program. The program will support up to six jurisdictions through distance learning and will help participating sites develop a foundation that aims to enhance outcomes for youth, families, staff, and communities through case-level decision making and population-level policies. Teams representing states, tribes, territories, local governments, and/or community agencies and organizations are encouraged to apply. Topics will include understanding youth systems through mapping and gap analysis; essential steps for information sharing across agencies; and implementing and sustaining system change.
Applications are due August 11. Learn more and apply.