Thank you for visiting our website. We hope you enjoy learning more about EJP’s work and the many ways that you can support it.
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The mission of the Education Justice Project is to build a model college-in-prison program that demonstrates the positive impacts of higher education upon incarcerated people, their families, the communities from which they come, the host institution, and society as a whole. Please click here to view our Strategic Objectives for 2015-18. Click here for a copy of our most recent newsletter.
Click here to view a 10-minute video about EJP’s work at Danville Correctional Center.
Apply to EJP
We accept applications to work with EJP at Danville Correctional Center twice each year. The next round of applications are due March 1, 2017. Please visit our Apply to EJP page, which provides detailed information about the application process. Click here for FAQs about teaching with EJP. For-credit courses instructors in all disciplines are invited to apply. Courses may be lower- or upper-division. We also welcome workshop facilitators, writing tutors, and much more. Click here for upcoming events for the interested in applying, or simply learning more about our work.
Each year the Education Justice Project offers $500 scholarships to family members of EJP students (1), family members of individuals in Danville Correctional Center’s general population (1), and returning citizens (2). Applications instructions and materials are available below. The next deadline will be November 1, 2017. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Mapping Your Future – EJP Reentry Guide
Download a copy of Mapping Your Future: A Guide to Successful Reentry, EJP’s 2016-17 reentry guide for Illinois.
Click here for FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) about the guide. We welcome your input. Please send us your suggestions, corrections, and revisions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 217.300.5150.
We invite individuals with loved ones in prison to join us on the third Monday of each month. We organize these gatherings for mutual support and to provide an opportunity for people with loved ones inside to learn from those who have been in prison themselves. Come with your questions, and also with the addresses of your incarcerated loved ones. Ripple Effect provides stationery and postage. Please join us at Bethel AME Church, 401 E. Park Street, Champaign from 5:30 – 7. Children’s activities and light supper provided. All are welcome. No need to RSVP.