CORO FELLOWSHIP NEW YORK
THE CORO FELLOWSHIP NEW YORK
has for 30 years—equipped those leading our city with the resources they need to understand how decisions are made, how complex policies are shaped, and how to influence meaningful change. Using the city as a classroom, Coro Fellows learn through interactions with private, public, and nonprofit decision-makers and work as a group to develop critical thinking, analytical, governance and leadership skills. Coro Fellows join an unparalleled community of engaged alumni and leave the program with an understanding of how New York City works and with the knowledge and skills to make it better.
Coro Fellows explore the public affairs arena by examining the complicated interplay between individuals, groups, and institutions. The program demands stamina, rigorous thinking and analysis, and a deeply self-reflective approach to learning. Through their group work, placements and other activities, Fellows seek to better understand the systems that influence how New York City functions, as well as how an individual’s personal values, biases, and approach to working with others can shape their impact and the outcomes they achieve.
The Coro Fellows Program in New York has four major components: field placements, seminars, leadership breakfasts, and focus weeks.
Rotational Work Placements allow Fellows to gain direct exposure to varied sectors and institutions in New York City and offer participants the opportunity to build robust professional networks. Each Fellow completes a government, campaign, labor, business
Weekly Seminars build self-awareness, inquiry and critical thinking skills, introducing Fellows to tools and frameworks that increase their ability to successfully contribute to an effective and collaborative group and lead change. Additionally, seminars allow Fellows to explore the city through experiential activities that help them better understand New York neighborhoods, organizations and key policy issues facing the city.
Leadership Interviews offer Fellows access to an influential cross-section of city leaders, helping them gain insight and diverse perspectives on the challenges of leadership. These closed-door sessions provide Fellows with the rare opportunity to explore the motivation, method
Focus Weeks immerse Fellows in the exploration of a single topic for a full week. Topics include New York state government, media, public finance
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