2022-23 Coro Fellow Capacity Project Request
The National Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs brings highly talented, diverse, early career stage professionals to the region for a full-time, 9 month, leadership development program. Fellows come from a wide array of professional backgrounds and academic degree disciplines.  

Coro Fellows work directly with regional companies and organizations four days a week on six-week impact projects defined by the needs of the organization.  

Companies, agencies, and organizations requesting a Coro Fellows to work on a project, to supplement capacity,  or to find out more about the program -- please complete the form below and staff will be in touch with you.

Please note that we do request a contribution for each placement to enable us to provide external project management and equity living stipends for our Fellows. If you need support in finding supporting funds, please reach out. Coro may be able to assist.

Successful Projects help organizations build their capacity to meet goals, achieve missions, advance policy, develop initiatives, or move projects forward. Regardless of the nature of the project, Fellows also provide organizations and companies with a follow-up pathway for sustainability and continuity at project conclusion.

Fellows serve at regional organizations of all sizes in:
• September and October ---- the Public sector (including government agencies, campaigns, office holders)
• October thru November --- the Nonprofit sector (including healthcare, labor, education, philanthropic organizations)
• January thru February  ----- the Private sector (including corporations, small businesses, and start-ups)
• February thru April ----- the Innovation sector

These diverse experiences provide the knowledge and perspective to help Fellows assess how organizations get things done in the social, political and economic spheres.

Thank you - for all the ways you are already making an impact in our region! We look forward to supporting you.
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How are you are interested in connecting your organization(s) with Coro: *
Name: *
Phone: *
Email: *
Organization: *
Sector(s) this project will encompass: *
Provide a brief description of the project(s)/needs that  a Coro Fellow could support (no more than 300 words) *
Questions to think about --- How might a project build the capacity of your organization to reach goals? Where are there problems that could use a fresh perspective and/or short term dedicated attention? What projects have been put on hold due to capacity restraints? Are there any organizational processes or policies that could be improved?
Can this project be done virtually? *
What clearances or certifications are required for this project? *
How did your hear about the Coro Fellows Program? *
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