For over three decades, the Coro Fellows Program has developed aspiring change-makers through a full-time, nine month program that uses New York as its classroom. It develops participants’ self-awareness and analytical skills, exposes them to cross sector collaboration, and grants them access to high impact leaders, and provides them unparalleled relationship-building opportunities to launch their professional careers. Coro Fellows leave the program with an understanding of how New York City works and with the knowledge, skills, and networks to make not only New York better, but society on the whole.
Fellows immerse themselves in an intensive exploration of current cross-sector issues,gaining first-hand insights through discussions with leaders at the forefront of social change and diving into placements that collectively become a catalyst for unparalleled career and personal growth.
Fellows learn from a diversity of opinions, styles, and world views; develop the skills to break down complex problems.
By hosting a Fellow, you provide a critical opportunity for an emerging young leader to again insight into your organization’s work and sector, and contribute meaningfully to your organization through a high-impact, short-term project.
If you’d like to host a Fellow and you already have a project in mind, please complete the Placement Host Application Form.
“Everyday we are living in a city where our problems are real in size and number. Every single year the city has twelve people come together to think about how to make New York City better.”
The Fellows Program is also supported by the generosity of our alumni donors. Special thanks to our Changemaker’s Circle: Greg Berman, Andrew Cantor, Kathy Choi, Sarah Lewis, Patrick Mispagel, David Moskovitz, Morgan Pearlman, Jeff Plaut, Sarah Williams and Andrew Kimball, Ken Young, and Michael Zezas.