2017 Certificate Program tuition costs are listed below.
|Evidence-Based Decision-Making in Juvenile Justice||$4,500|
|Reducing Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Juvenile Justice||$3,000|
|Supporting System Involved LGBTQ Youth||$2,500|
|Youth in Custody||$2,500|
Please note that tuition for CJJR Certificate Programs does not include travel, hotel or incidental expenses. The full tuition balance must be paid prior to the start of the program.
Tuition assistance is available through CJJR’s Janet Reno scholarships for participants with demonstrated financial need. There will also be subsidies available from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention’s Center for Coordinated Assistance to States for teams who show a heightened readiness to utilize the curriculum to undertake changes in their local community.
To apply for a subsidy, please submit a Statement of Financial Need with your application to the program and indicate the amount of aid you are requesting.
Other Funding Options
Other Funding Options
We strongly urge participants to seek other forms of financial assistance beyond that provided by Georgetown University or the applicant’s own agency. Local, state and regional level foundations are often supportive of this type of training activity and may be able to provide grants.
For education professionals, participating in a Certificate Program may be considered a staff development activity, which is, a permissible expense of Title I dollars, including Title I, Part D funds. Participants should contact their Neglected and Delinquent State Coordinator or Title I Director to request approval for the use of Title I funds to support their participation in a program.
Title IV-E of the Child Abuse and Prevention Treatment Act may also support this type of training activity for eligible candidates, as will funds available to states and localities through the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act.
State Court Improvement Programs may also support candidates participating in a program. Applicants are encouraged to contact their state’s administering agency for more information.