DIRECT FROM ALUMNI

Read how Coro Fellows are using what they learned to impact our world.

HIGH-IMPACT CITIES

Find out where you can be part of the Coro Fellowship.

APPLYING LEARNING TO REAL LIFE

See how the Coro Fellowship drove this alum to challenge herself and push for change.

BUILD RELATIONSHIPS FASTER

You’ll gain effective communication skills that enable you to build lasting relationships. In doing so you’ll learn how to impact decision-making processes and drive collaboration among individuals with diverse perspectives.

MANAGE COMPLEXITY CONFIDENTLY

Leaders today must navigate more complexity and ambiguity than ever before. Through the Coro Fellowship, you’ll develop a profound confidence in your ability to effect change under challenging circumstances.

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WHAT IS THE CORO FELLOWSHIP?

The Coro Fellowship equips you with the knowledge, skills, and networks to accelerate positive change. We strive toward a society shaped by effective, active leadership.

 

 

KNOW A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR THE CORO FELLOWSHIP?

Email a Coro Recruiter to recommend a curious, passionate leader for the Coro Fellows Program.

Los Angeles: Michael Applegate

San Francisco: Mat Larson

New York: Gia Vera

Pittsburgh: Celia Paris

 

 

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JUMPSTART YOUR CAREER

The Coro Fellowship connects you with the people and opportunities that will help you achieve your goals.

CONNECT TO A LIFELONG COMMUNITY

The Coro Fellowship is a one-of-a-kind experience that forges a unique bond among Fellows. This connection continues with your access to the vast Coro alumni network across the United States.

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NOTABLE ALUM

Dianne Feinstein, ’56
United States Senator

 

NOTABLE ALUM

Carlos Menchaca, ’05
New York City Council Member

NOTABLE ALUM

Michael Bennet, ’88
United States Senator

JOIN THE CORO FELLOWSHIP

Application to Coro Fellows requires submission of a current resume, two essays, three letters of recommendation and a copy of any undergraduate and graduate school transcripts.

“In my career running a think tank, serving as Deputy Chancellor and as President of the IBM Foundation, I have hosted individual Coro Fellows,  teams of them,  and ultimately hired over a dozen program graduates. I have found them to be highly motivated, very well skilled and  unfailingly creative. I would recommend the program to prospective Fellows, to potential employers and anyone interested in accessing top talent.”

Stan Litow, President IBM Foundation