All positions listed here have a salary range of $45,000-$70,000 annually depending on experience, and all include benefits.


Service Area: New Castle County

Director of policy



Youth & Diversion Services

Service Area: Kent & Sussex County

Youth Reintegration Services Positions

The Delaware Center for Justice (DCJ) has been a leader in adult reentry services for over 20 years. Now, we’re bringing that expertise to our successful Youth & Diversion Services Division through a new program, Restorative Re-entry for Youth!

Building on our significant experience working with justice-involved youth and our long-standing partnership with DYRS, Restorative Re-entry for Youth uses the evidence-based “Transitional Circles for Incarcerated People” model. This approach, based in cognitive behavioral therapeutic practices, restores youth to their whole, productive, law-abiding selves in a manner that reduces recidivism and incorporates their families and broader communities in the process.

For more information on these new positions as well as another opportunity to work with youth at DCJ, please click any of the links below. For more information on Youth & Diversion Services, click here.


DCJ’s Community Reintegration Services Program (CRSP) provides intensive case management and other crucial services to foster successful reentry among individuals exiting prison who are currently on probation. Services DCJ assists clients in coordinating include housing support, job search assistance, identification acquisition, educational/vocational placement, life skills and social support, and family reintegration.

CRSP services are targeted to empower clients, improve stability and independence, and decrease risk factors that influence recidivism. We’re adding new staff for this important work—click below to learn more about these dynamic opportunities at DCJ!

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DCJ offers an internship experience that will provide meaningful opportunities for experiencing the professional non-profit office setting, to learn and practice administrative skills, to observe programming in action, and to learn about the role and services offered by our organization.  Pending office needs, DCJ will offer both program-specific internships allowing an individual a specialized experience as well as agency-wide internships allowing an individual to learn about a variety of DCJ programs and operations. Applicants should indicate areas of interest when applying in order to facilitate appropriate placement.

Proposed activities and tasks may include:

  • Performing administrative tasks for the office (preparing for meetings, organizing administrative spaces, assisting in preparation of mailings and informational packets)
  • Providing administrative assistance & support to front desk
  • Assisting the organization with managing inmate correspondence
  • Attending meetings with program staff
  • Meeting with staff to discuss DCJ’s programs
  • Assisting DCJ with the planning and execution of fundraising and public education events (including the Annual Celebration and the Visions of Justice forum)
  • Researching best practices in the field and preparing issue briefs and reports
  • Other tasks as identified by management and staff

To apply, complete the form below and send it, along with a resume, to

Communications & Engagement Intern/ fellow


Thank you for your interest

We appreciate your interest in our positions. If you have any questions about the process, please reach out to us!