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2018-19 Coro Fellowship

My name is Shana Love and I am the Community and Recruitment Manager for Coro, a non-profit, non-partisan, leadership development organization with longstanding relationships in the academic community. Coro is now recruiting for the 2018-19 class ofFellows. I’m reaching out today to request that you share some information about this once-in-a-lifetime transformative experience with as many graduating seniors as possible.

If you are unfamiliar with our organization, here is some background information:

For more than 70 years the Coro Fellows Program has prepared early career professionals for effective and ethical leadership.Across the country Coro graduates are leading change and working across differences to serve the common good from prominent positions within the private, government, and nonprofit sectors. Coro cohorts represent a microcosm of society- 12 people diverse in thought and background, but united by a common passion for a thriving democracy. Each year, our Fellows: 

  • Gain cross-sector job experience through six project assignments in businesses, non-profit organizations, government agencies, and political campaigns.
  • Meet and connect with hundreds of leaders and change makers across sectors to get first-hand understanding of complex issues, organizations, and people.
  • Deepen understanding of state government, agriculture, business innovation, labor, and the media in Coro Focus weeks.
  • Hone 21st century leadership skills in 40+ seminars focusing on self-governance and time & project management, team dynamics, critical thinking, and decision making.
  • Discover the power to make positive change through leadership in the private, non-profit, and public sectors.  

You can CLICK HERE for a printable brochure and/or disseminate the information below to students, faculty, and staff as you deem appropriate.

Do you have the ambition to be a leader? Do you have a desire to create positive change? Does the opportunity to gain advanced-level professional, personal, and leadership development resonate with you? If so, the Coro Fellowship may be the transformative experience you’re looking for!

The Coro Fellows Program is a highly selective, nine-month, full-time, graduate-level program that prepares early career professionals to be effective and ethical leaders able to work across differences to serve the common good. Fellows gain real job experience on project assignments in five organizations and in a variety of sectors: government, business, political campaigns, and nonprofit organizations. Utilizing these urban experiences as a classroom, Coro Fellows gain hands-on experience to better understand complex public issues, organizations, and people. In weekly seminars, the twelve Fellows develop high-level skills in self-awareness, group dynamics, critical thinking and decision-making. Fellows also benefit from a national alumni network of over 10,000 whose members include influential leaders from all sectors.

The Coro Fellowship is open to anyone who has completed a Bachelor’s Degree in any academic discipline. There is no GPA requirement and diversity across all measures is highly valued. The application deadline is January 17, 2018. It requires 3 essays, 2 letters of recommendation, and official transcripts. Visit corofellowship.org or email recruitSF@coronorcal.org for more information. 

Thank you for helping us cultivate the next generation of leaders! If you have any follow up questions, I’m more than happy to connect with you via email or on the phone.

Respectfully,

Shana

Shana Love
National Recruitment Manager | Coro Northern California
slove@coronorcal.org
(415) 986-0521 xt. 705
233 Sansome Street, Suite 400, San Francisco, CA 94104


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