The Prisoner Reentry Institute (PRI) at John Jay College of Criminal Justice is seeking a full-time Mentoring and Alumni Coordinator to coordinate College Initiative’s mentoring program and develop and maintain a dynamic Alumni network. College Initiative (CI), a program designed to increase access to higher education for people with criminal justice involvement, has supported over a thousand students enroll in college and over 300 students earn degrees. The mentoring program currently has over 50 students and will grow over the next year. The Mentoring and Alumni Coordinator will be responsible for managing the peer mentoring program, building out a new career mentoring element, and creating and managing an alumni network. The Coordinator will work closely with the academic counseling staff to make mentoring matches and to keep them up to date on student progress. In addition they will work closely with the Intake and Resource Coordinator to connect alumni into the referral network. Click here to read the full job description and apply.
The Prisoner Reentry Institute (PRI) at John Jay College of Criminal Justice is seeking a full-time Intake & Resource Coordinator to serve as the first point of contact for students interested in going to college after involvement with the criminal justice system. College Initiative (CI) — a project of PRI’s Educational Initiatives (EI) — is dedicated to creating successful pathways to college for students who have been involved in the criminal justice system. The Intake & Resource Coordinator will have a dual focus on engagement and resources. S/he will be responsible for supporting students through the three-part process of becoming part of the College Initiative community: a one-on-one consultation, orientation and matching students to an Academic Counselor. The Intake & Resource Coordinator will also be responsible for researching, organizing and sharing resources available to the students in the community. S/he will work closely with the academic counseling staff to keep them up to speed on resources available for the students they serve. The Intake & Resource Coordinator will be supervised by the Director of Community-Based Services and meet for weekly supervision. In addition to supervision, they will be required to attend staff meetings and counseling meetings. The Intake/Resource Coordinator will also have the opportunity to visit correctional facilities with both our city and state outreach coordinators to meet potential students while they are still inside. Click here to read the full job description and apply.
The Prisoner Reentry Institute (PRI) at John Jay College of Criminal Justice is seeking two full-time Outreach and Student Support Coordinators to provide college information and support to people incarcerated in New York City and New York State. The Outreach and Student Support Coordinators will be responsible for conducting college information and outreach sessions in prisons and jails, building relationships with college-in-prison and other service providers, and supporting students as they transition from academic work in jail or prison to college on campus.
We are hiring for two positions. One Outreach and Student Support Coordinator will be based on Rikers Island 3-4 days per week with the remaining time in the PRI office. The second Outreach and Student Support Coordinator will be primarily focused on outreach in New York State prisons and will travel significantly around the state. Please indicate in your cover letter if you are applying for one or both positions. Click here to read the full job description and apply.
The Prisoner Reentry Institute (PRI) at John Jay College of Criminal Justice is seeking two full-time Program Associates to provide support to our college programs for incarcerated students. At PRI, we operate a higher education continuum designed to create educational pathways for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people. Our programs operate in New York State prisons and New York City jails and are designed to create access to higher education through college information and outreach, college readiness classes, credited courses, and academic support for students as they enroll in college in the community. One Program Associate will work with the Director of Educational Access for Incarcerated Students. The second Program Associate will work with the Director of Community-Based Services. Click here to view the full job description and apply.
The Prisoner Reentry Institute has three internship tracks for undergraduate and graduate students: credit-bearing internships, unpaid internships and Federal Work Study placements. Our interns conduct research, manage our correspondence program, assist with academic counseling and academic planning, attend conferences and a host of other tasks relevant to their reentry interests. All applicants should submit a resume, cover letter, and 2-3 academic or professional references via email to Elizabeth Davis.