What is DAJA?
The District Attorney’s Justice Academy is a six month learning and working experience for high school students, ages 16 and up, who are interested in pursuing the study of law, justice, social justice, and the courts.
This Academy teaches teens about the many facets of the justice system while encouraging critical thought and civic engagement.
Who Can Apply?
The Justice Academy is open to juniors and seniors who are residents of and attend public high school in Alameda County.
Complete and submit your DAJA application before or by the November 9th due date. Spots are limited, so we urge you to get your application in as soon as possible.
To access the application, click on the application link below that is associated with the region where you attend high school.