The JUMP StArts program supports arts and culture education, apprenticeship, and/or mentorship via artists-in-residence programs for system-engaged, system-impacted, and/or at-promise youth and young people through the age of 24.
Projects should prioritize system-engaged, system-impacted, and/or at-promise youth or youth who are especially vulnerable to be impacted by or engaged in the justice system, and the project should be tailored specifically to respond to their needs.
For Project Requirements, see https://arts.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/2022_JUMP_B_Guidelines_Revised.pdf#page=3.
Planning grants are available to support arts organizations that have identified a juvenile
justice or social services partner and are in the process of developing an arts project to
serve these priority youth. For additional information about Planning Grants, see https://arts.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/2022_JUMP_B_Guidelines_Revised.pdf#page=4.