CRIM 3800 Juvenile Reentry Mentoring Project I
Majors, Minors & Degrees:
The Juvenile Reentry Mentoring Project (JRMP) is an experiential learning course that seeks to assist youth transitioning back to the community from a congregate care setting. The program matches undergraduate student mentors with youth in the juvenile justice system. Students will receive professional skill development through classroom instruction and experience working directly with the youth and juvenile justice system professionals. Students must commit one calendar year to the match and enroll in two consecutive semesters (CRIM 3800 and CRIM 3810). Junior or senior level standing preferred.
Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor.