Coro Alumni
Community

At Coro, the learning doesn’t stop when your program ends. Alumni enjoy a host of exclusive benefits: a powerful network, continuous support for tackling professional challenges, and ongoing opportunities for professional development.

Engage

Build a robust professional network

  • Access exclusive job, event and volunteer postings through our member-only site and bi-monthly newsletter, Coro Classifieds.

  • Attend regular Coro alumni events.
  • Share resources, ideas, connections, and questions with the alumni community.

Engage with current program participants

  • Serve as an advisor or interviewee for a Logic Study or Issue Day.
  • Mentor and advise a Neighborhood Leadership or Immigrant Civic Leadership program participant for their Community Change Project.
  • Host a Coro Fellow during his or her sector placement
  • Be a Selection Day Judge for the next class of Coro Fellows.

Give back to Coro in a meaningful way.

  • Donate to Coro so that others can participate in Coro’s programs.
  • Host an event, “behind the scenes” tour, or discussion to share your expertise or engage other alumni on civic issues.
  • Celebrate Coro’s impact on New York City by attending the annual Coro Awards Gala.

Coro Commons

Join the
Online Community

Coro Commons is our exclusive virtual platform for the Coro alumni community to connect and collaborate. As a lifelong member, you can search for alumni by program, sector, or areas of expertise. Engage and collaborate with your network of Coro graduates from past and present programs!

If you have any questions or difficulties accessing the Commons, please contact gladys@coro.nyc.

Create your profile and engage and collaborate with your network of Coro graduates from past and present programs.

Posts events, initiatives, or learn about Coro’s latest news and next events.

Notable Alumni

Coro alumni represent the most diverse and influential leadership community of our city. Since 1984, Coro alumni have put their leadership training to work in creating meaningful change in their communities.

Andrew Kimball

Fellows 1990
Chief Executive Officer
CEO Industry City