Coro Fellows Project Interest Form
The Coro Fellows Program is a full-time, 9 month, leadership development program. Coro Fellows are diverse, talented individuals brought together by a common interest in creative leadership, civic engagement and building strong connections and are committed to positive change in their communities.
Coro Fellows work on a series of projects across a variety of sectors in public affairs. Projects are designed to help organizations build their capacity to create positive community change and are sustainable once the Coro Fellow has completed the project.
We aim to offer a variety of placements across three sectors – the nonprofit sector (including philanthropic organizations and foundations), the public sector (including government agencies, campaigns, and public policy organizations), and the private sector (including businesses, labor unions, and start-ups). These diverse experiences provide the knowledge and perspective to help Fellows assess how organizations get things done in the social, political and economic spheres.
Project Cycles Timeline:
• First Project Cycle: 8/21/2018 - 10/12/2018
• Second Project Cycle: 10/23/2018 - 12/14/2018
• Third Project Cycle: 1/8/2019 - 3/1/2019
• Fourth Project Cycle: 3/12/2019 - 4/19/2019
If your organization is interested in hosting a Coro Fellow to work on a project, please complete the form below and program staff will be in touch with you shortly. If you are looking for other ways to partner with Coro, please check the appropriate box in Question 1.
Please select the ways in which you are interested in partnering with Coro:
Host a Coro Fellow Project
Serve as a Subject Matter Expert (SME)
Serve as a Fellow Mentor
Collaborate on an existing project
Sector or Sectors this project will encompass:
Briefly describe the organization's mission, vision and values, as well as other pertinent historical or context information:
Provide a brief description of the project(s) you have in mind for a Coro Fellow:
Questions to think about --- How will this project build the capacity of your organization to positively impact the community? What projects have been put on hold due to capacity restraints that are feasible for a Coro Fellow? Are there any organizational processes or policies that could be improved?
What is the timeline of your project(s)?
Please refer to the project cycle information above.
How did your hear about the Coro Fellows Program?
Referral from another source
Current Fellow or Fellow Alumnus
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