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.
Each project cycle is centered around a particular sector area in order to provide a cohesive learning environment for Fellows and opportunity for shared learning experiences. 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 – Nonprofit/Philanthropy/Foundation:
• August 23rd – October 14th (8 weeks)
Second Project Cycle – Government/Campaign/Public Policy:
• October 25th – December 20th (8 weeks)
Third Project Cycle – Business/Labor/Entrepreneurship:
• January 10th – March 3rd (8 weeks)
Fourth Project Cycle – Independent Project:
• March 14th – April 21st (6 weeks)
If your organization is interested in hosting a Coro Fellow to work on a project, please complete the form below and Jennifer Holliman, Director of Project Based Learning, 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.