Join the Lab
The Crime and Justice Policy Lab employs both undergraduate and graduate students as Research Assistants. If you are interested in working with the CJP, please send your CV/resume, class schedule, and a couple of sentences about yourself and research interests to Jessica Bimstein at email@example.com. We will respond as soon as possible. Please be mindful that we do get many student inquiries, especially at certain times of the year, so your patience is greatly appreciated.
Note: We have no open RA positions at this time.
Making a Difference in Global Communities Fellowship
The Crime and Justice Policy Lab’s competitive fellowship program matches undergraduate and graduate students with community partners in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) and engages them in a range of research activities to support innovation of new policy solutions. Students apply and are selected in the fall semester. Prior to the start of the spring semester, CJP fellows will be paired with government and nonprofit organizations in LAC based on each student’s areas of interest.
Note: Applications for the 2023-2024 fellowship are currently closed. Applications will reopen late August/early September 2024.
- Saara Ghani ’25
- Marvin Rodas ’25
- Alison Yau ’26
- Andrea Barajas ’25
- Katherine Berreth ’25
- Vanshvardhan Chomal ’23
- Nicole Mendez ’25
Our International Partners
2022-2023 International Partners
- Living Water Community
- U.S. Agency for International Development (Mexico)
- Innovations for Poverty Action (Mexico)
2023-2024 International Partners
For questions about the Making a Difference in Global Communities Fellowship, please contact Alexa Mason at firstname.lastname@example.org.