The Stoneleigh Fellowship provides accomplished leaders with multiyear funding to transform systems that serve vulnerable young people, including juvenile justice, child welfare, education, and health. Fellows come from many disciplines and professional backgrounds—they are attorneys, educators, physicians, public policy experts, program administrators, researchers, social workers, and more. They undertake groundbreaking research, improve policies and practices, and fundamentally change how youth are served. The Fellowship award primarily covers a Fellow’s salary, but may also support travel or other expenses related to advancing project work. Candidates are encouraged to submit ideas at any time and will be considered on a rolling basis.