Save the Date: 2023 Grass Roots Justice Awards!
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We are excited to share that we will be hosting our annual Grass Roots Justice Awards on April 27th, 2023 at the Fernbank Museum from 6pm – 9pm. We would love for you to join us to celebrate the community partners and volunteers that make the work of Georgia Justice Project possible. Every day, we rely on the support of countless people who remain committed to our clients and our effort to strengthen our community through holistic approaches and innovative … read more Save the Date: 2023 Grass Roots Justice Awards!

Social Worker
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Title: Social Worker Supervisor: Social Services Director Hours: Full-time or Part-time, Hybrid office/remote Pay: Salary, Exempt.  $24 – $30/hr DOE and Education   Georgia Justice Project (GJP) is looking for a Social Worker committed to a holistic approach to addressing justice-involved individuals.   GJP works to lower the number of Georgians under correctional control, reduce barriers to reentry, and improve public safety by addressing the underlying causes of crime, and challenging systemic racism as expressed through the criminal legal system.  As … read more Social Worker

IT Support
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Job Title: IT Support Report to: HR & Operations Manager Hours: PT, office/some remote Salary:  $32-38/hr, depending on experience Deadline: Position open until filled   Need:  Looking for part time IT professional to help us maintain our systems and grow our organization.   GJP Snapshot 36 staff (growing!) 2 – 12 interns One building fully functional, second building has xfinity wifi router (nothing else) CTi provides Network Managed Services Technology Microsoft (certifications a plus MS 2019 Azure MS Office 365 … read more IT Support

Expungement Bill Filed! Support HB334!
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We write with exciting news – HB334 has been filed in the Georgia House of Representatives! Rep. Tyler Paul Smith, the Chairman of the House Judiciary Non-Civil Committee, authored the bill. We are happy to work with Chairman Smith on this piece of legislation that will make expungement work better for more people. We will keep you informed when the bill is scheduled for a hearing. Until then, read below to hear more about why expungement reform will benefit all … read more Expungement Bill Filed! Support HB334!

Welcoming New Staff at GJP!
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GJP is growing! This year, we are excited to welcome several new staff members who will help GJP expand our capacity to lower the number of Georgians under correctional control and reduce barriers to reentry. Learn more about them and our work below.  Alicia Gutierrez, Corporate Programs Manager  Work/Education Background I went to Georgia State University where I got my bachelor’s degree in business administration and my master’s degree in public administration and Criminal Justice. I spent the last 4 … read more Welcoming New Staff at GJP!

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