3 Easy Ways to Help Recruit the Next Class of Coro Fellows in Public Affairs

 

CORO Center for Civic Leadership

 

Help us identify the next class of Fellows in Public Affairs!

 

 

Dear Coro Supporter,

 

Coro is looking for outstanding applicants for the 2012-2013 Coro Fellows class. We seek motivated candidates from all disciplines and careers. The Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs is a nine-month, post-graduate, leadership development program.

 

Connect us with those bright, engaged young professionals in your networks who would benefit from the experience and skills Coro programs provide.

 

1. Forward email to friends and colleagues. Send this email to your contacts, newsletters, alumni and group listservs.

 

 

 

 

2. Post about the Coro Fellows Program (this is really helpful!).

Click ‘Share’ under image.

Click ‘More’ under Coro info, select ‘Share Link’ and then send to contacts, groups and post to your feed.

 

3. Nominate a colleague, friend or community member.  All we need is their name and email address.  Coro will contact them, inform them that you think they would be a great candidate, and send them application information.Click here to submit nominations.

 

Thank you in advance for making this opportunity available to others.

 

Sincerely,

Yolanda

 

Yolanda De La Paz  Director of External Relations

Coro Center for Civic Leadership

 

 

 

 

 

Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs

Coro Fellows in Public Affairs gain experience and a professional network through work in the government, nonprofit, labor, political, and business sectors. The main components of the program are consultancy projects and seminars.

A full-time, nine-month, leadership development program, which includes: Consulting projects in government, nonprofit, labor, politics, and business. Skill-building in management, organizational analysis, negotiation, and team work. Focus weeks on topics such as media, philanthropy and social innovation. Interviews with CEOs, elected officials, civic and community leaders.

 

 

 

Learn more about the Fellows Program in Public Affairs.

Application Deadline: January 20, 2012