Coro New York Leadership Center

42 Broadway, New York, New York 10004


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@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-11-09

Youth-Adult Partnership was in full swing last night at Coro as the Participatory Budgeting Youth Fellows facilitated a session for the Fellows in Public Affairs, providing an introduction to Participatory Budgeting (PB) and discussing their work to bring youth voice to the PB process across the city.

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-11-02

Coro Youth Fellows Mariam and Eliyakol have been out in the field gathering neighborhood improvement ideas from residents in District 15 with Council Member Ritchie Torres' (EL 2004) and The Participatory Budgeting Project.

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-10-24

Are you a college student interested in public service and leadership? Apply to be an intern with Coro New York! We are currently looking for interns to work with our adult programs, youth programs, and communications teams for 10-15 hours a week. Apply today! https://coronewyork.org/2017/10/coro-looking-interns/

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-10-18

Inside New York toured Hot Bread Kitchen last night and spoke with CEO and Founder Jessamyn Waldman (ICLP 2007), and Kobla Asamoah, Program Director of HBK Incubates. The tour provided great insights on building a social entrepreneurship business from the ground up - and of course, samples of delicious bread and chocolate!

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-10-11

Are you a Coro alum with a job opening, volunteer opportunity, or upcoming event to share? Spread the word -- post in our new Coro Classifieds site at https://classifieds.coro.nyc/ to share your opportunity with our network of over 2,500 alumni.

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-10-04

The current Fellows and alumni from years past came together last night to network and build connections. Thank you to those who came out and to all our Fellows alumni for their continued support of the program!

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-10-02

Congratulations to the Coro alumni and participants who were named City and State NY 40 Under 40 Rising Stars this year - Ya-Ting Liu and Varun Sanyal. Ya-Ting (Fellows 2005) is the Executive Director of Friends of the Brooklyn Queens Connector and Varun (LNY 29) is the Vice President of Economic Development at Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce. See the full list here: http://cityandstateny.com/events/40-under-40-tenth-anniversary.html#.WdJhZRNSyRu

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-09-27

Last Saturday, the YLA met with the NYC Department of Education and the Mayor's Office of Operations to discuss sustainability challenges facing city schools today. Through an interactive panel discussion, the youth partnered with key decision makers to imagine ways that young people can spearhead change in sustainability practices at their schools.

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-09-26

Today's the last day of Opening Retreat for our LNYers, who have spent the past 3 days together in Glen Cove finding their purpose and staying low on the ladder. Leadership New York (LNY) trains mid-career professionals from across the public, private and nonprofit sectors in the leadership skills they need to make their work across the city more effective. Meet the cohort: http://bit.ly/2wQ4P8u

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-09-19

Our Immigrant Civic Leadership Program (ICLP) cohort is having their first Strategy Day today at the The New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC). Our partnership with the NYIC allows us to offer the most up to date curriculum to our participants to help them face new and pressing challenges in immigrant communities.

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-09-14

We welcomed LNY 29 for their first time together as a cohort at Program Orientation last night. It's always exciting to meet a new group of leaders and we are looking forward to starting our work together at the Opening Retreat later this month. Click here to meet the class: http://bit.ly/2fk6TdV

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-09-11

Remember that tomorrow, September 12th, is Primary Election Day in New York City. If you are not sure where your polling site is located, or who is on the ballot in your district, go to https://nyc.pollsitelocator.com/ Not sure if you're registered to vote? Click here to check the status of your voter registration: https://voterlookup.elections.state.ny.us/

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-09-05

The journey begins! Earlier this morning, we welcomed the 2017-2018 Fellows to the Coro offices for their first time together as a cohort. Meet the class: http://bit.ly/2wyKsMq

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-09-01

Coro alumni and New Kings Democrats members Anusha Venkataraman (LNY 27) and Rodrigo Camarena (ICLP 2007) are featured in this article about the work their organization has been doing over the past decade to bring new voices to the Kings County Democratic Committee. Coro alum with news to share? E-mail Elizabeth Maguire at [email protected]! https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/08/31/nyregion/new-kings-democrats-brooklyn.html

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-08-31

Do you know a rising star in New York City government, politics, advocacy, business, labor, or media? Nominate them for City & State NY's 11th annual 40 Under 40! We get a few Coro alumni on this list every year, and we would love to see more in 2017. The deadline is Friday, September 1st at 6pm. https://cityandstate.wufoo.com/forms/s1hi1wc13tof5e/

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-08-28

Coro alumni and their families spent a beautiful Saturday at Swale Floating Food Forest in the Bronx this weekend learning about sustainable urban farming. Activities included painting a greenhouse, picking herbs to make essential oils, and a community weaving workshop. Thanks to everyone who came out with their families, and thanks to Youth Ministries for Peace and Justice for hosting us!

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-08-23

As August draws to an end (we hate to be the ones to say it), we are getting ready to welcome new cohorts to Coro. The 2017-2018 Fellows start their program in just a few short weeks - meet the cohort: http://bit.ly/2wyKsMq

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-08-16

We get a lot of questions about what the Coro "C" logo is supposed to be. An eye? A location marker? A horseshoe? The Coro "C" logo was created in 1970 by Hisashi Nakamoto. The logo is meant to look like an eye to represent the fact that Coro always has its eyes open in public affairs. The center circle represents focus, and the opening in the "C" represents room for exploration and new discoveries. Who knew?

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-08-08

The 2017 cohort of our Immigrant Civic Leadership Program works with immigrant communities across the city - from the South Bronx to Staten Island. Meet the new class: http://bit.ly/2um8TMw

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-08-07

Ingrid Chung (ELC 2013) and her student Kay Brown are featured in this podcast episode from The Atlantic. The series profiles teachers and some of their most challenging students -- and what they learned from each other. Read more: https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2017/08/the-student-who-almost-got-away/535776/

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-08-04

Do you know a rising star in New York City government, politics, advocacy, business, labor, and media? Nominate them for City and State NY's 11th annual 40 Under 40! Many Coro alums have received the 40 Under 40 distinction in the past and we would love to see some more in 2017. Click here: https://cityandstate.wufoo.com/forms/s1hi1wc13tof5e/

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-07-28

Last night at our Housewarming Party, we welcomed alumni to see our new office space for the first time. The event included a Coro archive, featuring documents and photos from throughout Coro New York's 30 year history, and a Wishing Wall where alums could write hopes for the new space. Thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate with us.

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-07-24

Last week, the YLA took a tour of Tweed Courthouse and the Department of Education to learn about the history of the building and see where education policy gets made. Thanks to our partners at the DOE and Coro alumni Monica Tavares and Melissa Harris for stopping by and showing the YLA participants around!

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-07-18

The Robert Sterling Clark Foundation is launching a new initiative, Sterling Network NYC, designed to build a network of systems leaders who will work to tackle the challenge of enhancing economic mobility across New York City. The Foundation is looking for leaders who care about equity and NYC in a range of sectors, fields and disciplines, including nonprofit organizations, government agencies, business, media, academia, artists, and the law. The most promising candidates are individuals who have sufficient professional authority, autonomy, and networks to make real-world decisions to move change forward. Additional information and applications are available at https://www.rsclark.org/network , and will be accepted through July 31st, 2017

@Coro New York Leadership Center 2017-07-18

It's week 2 of the YLA Summer Intensive -- which we are having for the first time in the Coro office! For two weeks, high school students from across the city are here full-time, developing leadership skills and cohort collaboration through experiential learning. Learn more about the YLA: https://coronewyork.org/coro-programs/youth-leadership-academy/


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Building the leadership community of New York City

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Coro is New York City’s premier leadership training program and a community of 2,400 alumni across business, government, schools and non-profits that is shaping the city’s future. For nearly 30 years Coro has used the city as its classroom teaching students and executives, activists and entrepreneurs how New York City works so that they can make it better.

Coro programs provide participants with a deeper understanding of how policy is shaped, the skills to effectively engage in civic life, and a network of engaged and influential alumni to help them reach their goals.

Mission

Coro builds the leadership community of New York City

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Coro runs six leadership training programs, each serving a different constituency at different points on their educational and career paths.

THE FELLOWS PROGRAM immerses young professionals in public affairs through intensive training and full-time consulting placements with government, labor, business, non-profit, and a political campaign.

The IMMIGRANT CIVIC LEADERSHIP PROGRAM strengthens immigrant communities by enhancing the capacity of its leaders to strategically influence policy decision-making and to build and sustain their organizational and personal visions for change.

LEADERSHIP NEW YORK challenges mid-career professionals from across non-profit, public and private sectors to explore critical issues facing New York City and develop new ways to lead change in their communities and organizations.

MAYOR'S YOUTH LEADERSHIP COUNCIL prepares a diverse group of young people to serve as a critical advisory resource to City Hall while developing their own leadership skills. The MYLC offers an important vehicle for youth input into city policy making; provides young people with leadership training and creates a body of youth ambassadors to serve as liaisons to their peers and their communities. Most importantly, it involves young people as valued and active participants in city policies that shape their every day lives.

NEIGHBORHOOD LEADERSHIP provides individuals working to strengthen New York City's commercial corridors with the tools, experiences, and networks they need to develop new ways to lead change in their neighborhoods.

YOUTH LEADERSHIP ACADEMY is grounded in the belief that the educational system is more effective when its policies are shaped by the young people it serves. In partnership with the New York City Department of Education (DOE), the YLA provides leadership training to students serving on its citywide Borough Student Advisory Councils (BSACs).

Coro alumni join the most diverse and engaged leadership community in the city. Together they explore current policy, continue to learn and connect with one another as they engage in public issues and civic life.

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