HOST A FELLOWS PLACEMENT
ABOUT CORO SECTOR PLACEMENTS
WHAT ARE PLACEMENTS?
WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR IN A PLACEMENT?
HOW ARE PLACEMENTS SELECTED?
Each Coro placement runs approximately 3-4 weeks through the year. In general, Fellows work at their placements Tuesday through Friday and evenings and weekends as necessary. Please note the start date of your particular sector placement. Fellows typically have mandatory Coro Seminars for the full day on Monday and on Wednesday evenings.
NEXT STEPS – Coro will review the proposals internally. Coro will notify each potential supervisor on the status of each proposal approximately 1-2 weeks before the start of the placement.
SELECT A SECTOR AND APPLY TODAY!
Coro Southern California invites you to apply to host a Coro Fellow for a sector placement opportunity. Each year Coro selects 12 Fellows through a rigorous national selection process to participate in a full-time, nine-month leadership training program. The Fellows rotate through six sector placements, each placement gives them access and exposure to varying industries as well as offers the host skillful support on new and/or ongoing projects. Please apply for the sector in which your organization or business is most accurately represented. Contact Sara Loncka at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
September 10 – October 12, 2018
Application Deadline: August 24, 2018
October 22 – November 6, 2018
Application Deadline: October 5, 2018
November 12 – December 14, 2018
Application Deadline: November 2, 2018
January 7 – February 8, 2019
Application Deadline: December 14, 2018
February 18 – March 8, 2019
Application Deadline: February 1, 2019
OVER 60 YEARS OF TRAINING CIVIC LEADERS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
8 REASONS TO INVEST IN A CORO FELLOW
1Fellows can synthesize complex information quickly.
2Fellows have first-hand experience in multiple sectors, which equips them with context and relationships with key decision makers.
3Fellows are experts at designing and completing targeted projects in a timely manner.
4Fellows are able to provide fresh outlooks and perspectives on longstanding problems.
5Fellows are trained to seek a broad base of information before reaching conclusions, with a heavy emphasis on conducting personal interviews and collecting detailed data.
6Fellows are motivated and will work demanding hours.
7Fellows will bring the rigor and tools of Coro’s training in critical thinking to bear on complicated problems.
8Fellows have high-production value in developing final reports, as well as communication and marketing pieces.
“Our Coro Fellows brought invaluable energy and insight to our program, helping us to hone both our short-term practice and our long-term strategy”
KERRY KENNEDY, PRESIDENT, ROBERT F. KENNEDY HUMAN RIGHTS
“This has confirmed my belief that Coro Fellows
provide real value to an organization.”
PAUL C. TAYLOR, DEPUTY CEO, LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY
“Our appreciation of the Coro Fellows Program grew immensely
as a result of our Fellow’s tenure at the Center.”
DAVID KELLY, FOUNDATION RELATIONS COORDINATOR, LOS ANGELES LGBT CENTER
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Sara Loncka, Director, Fellows Program in Public Affairs
(213) 346-3219 office