Frequently
Asked
Questions

The 2022 Next Generation Fellowship application period is now closed. Please stay tuned in for updates by subscribing to our newsletter here. Please email info@ngfellowship.org with any questions.

No, you are not required to have served time in a youth facility, jail or prison. However, the goal of this fellowship is to develop the skills of individuals with justice involvement and build on past experiences to drive transformative change in the justice system. Some level of justice involvement is required, whether this includes you, a family member or dear loved one.

No, you must complete and submit the online application form all at once. However, you can view the entire application and prepare the required materials before submitting. We recommend that you write your responses on another platform and then copy/paste into the form for submission.

We encourage applicants with various strengths to apply. We want to hear from you regardless of your writing abilities and we can find other ways to get to know you! The application includes an opportunity to supplement your written responses with media links. This could be an article or video that highlights your community involvement, or it could be something you create specifically for the application (ex: a video introduction of yourself).

If you require additional accommodations, please contact us by email or phone, listed below.

We would prefer a professional, wise elder, or academic reference that is not a friend or family member. Examples could include elders, teachers, mentors, volunteer supervisors, managers, or employers. References may be contacted by the NGF team and should be prepared to speak about your candidacy.

The three 2-day sessions will be scheduled for late March, April, and May 2022. We will follow-up soon with the specific dates. As a COVID-19 precaution, the 2022 Next Generation Fellowship is expected to be entirely virtual. All NGF sessions will be facilitated on Zoom video conferences. We will do our best to support fellows with any technology-related needs.

A maximum of 15 applicants will be selected.  

Frequently Asked Questions

The 2022 Next Generation Fellowship application period is now closed. Please stay tuned in for updates by subscribing to our newsletter here. Please email info@ngfellowship.org with any questions.

No, you are not required to have served time in a youth facility, jail or prison. However, the goal of this fellowship is to develop the skills of individuals with justice involvement and build on past experiences to drive transformative change in the justice system. Some level of justice involvement is required, whether this includes you, a family member or dear loved one.

No, you must complete and submit the online application form all at once. However, you can view the entire application and prepare the required materials before submitting. We recommend that you write your responses on another platform and then copy/paste into the form for submission.

We encourage applicants with various strengths to apply. We want to hear from you regardless of your writing abilities and we can find other ways to get to know you! The application includes an opportunity to supplement your written responses with media links. This could be an article or video that highlights your community involvement, or it could be something you create specifically for the application (ex: a video introduction of yourself).

If you require additional accommodations, please contact us by email or phone, listed below.

We would prefer a professional, wise elder, or academic reference that is not a friend or family member. Examples could include elders, teachers, mentors, volunteer supervisors, managers, or employers. References may be contacted by the NGF team and should be prepared to speak about your candidacy.

The three 2-day sessions will be scheduled for late March, April, and May 2022. We will follow-up soon with the specific dates. As a COVID-19 precaution, the 2022 Next Generation Fellowship is expected to be entirely virtual. All NGF sessions will be facilitated on Zoom video conferences. We will do our best to support fellows with any technology-related needs.

A maximum of 15 applicants will be selected.