Host a Fellow at your workplace

Sector Placements provide Fellows with a deep understanding of how New York City works by embedding them over the course of their Fellowship in a series of rigorous, short-term placements across sectors.

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Announcing: Civic Changemakers

The purpose of Civic Changemakers is to provide a “zócalo,” or town square for the Coro community to gather and share your visions for change, civic engagement opportunities and to initiate inquiry-focused conversations to shape, focus and strengthen your vision for New York City that will enact our mission of creating an “equitable, just and engaged society.”

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A message from Andrew Kimball, Coro Board Chair

Last week I attended the graduation ceremony of our Immigrant Civic Leadership Program and was reminded first hand of Coro’s impact. Even though I was meeting our newest alumni for the first time, I immediately recognized their sense of purpose, stories of growth, and strong bonds with one another from my own experience as a Coro Fellow more than 25 years ago and many conversations with all of you.

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Host a Youth Intern this Summer

Coro is once again partnering with Futures and Options to pair high school students from our youth programs with businesses and nonprofits for supported 6-week summer internships. These internships give students exposure to the professional world, an opportunity to explore career options, and an understanding of the importance of education to achieving career success.

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Infrastructure: Affordable Housing 101

Join the Coro Infrastructure Group for Affordable Housing 101, where we’ll walk through case studies of affordable projects from square one. Leading us are Coro alums Nicole Clare (LNY20), Director of Housing Development, Settlement Housing Fund for the non-profit perspective and Adam Hellegers (LNY17), Attorney, L&M Development for the for-profit perspective.

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Coronect Evening On Sector Styles, March 16

Alumni and current participants are invited to Coronect, an evening to explore the structure of business, government, and nonprofit sectors and the value of collaboration. With special guest, Neil Britto of The Intersector Project, you will examine the challenges and benefits of cross-sector styles and collaboration and expand your network base. If you missed this Coronect on Sector Styles as a participant, now is your chance to re-connect.

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