Atlas Service Corps, Inc (Atlas Corps)
Rating: 4.82 stars 45 45 reviews
International, Philanthropy, International Exchange
1825 K Street NW Suite 210 Washington DC 20006 USA
To address critical social issues, Atlas Corps develops leaders, strengthens organizations and promotes innovation through an overseas fellowship of skilled professionals.
Since 2006, we have engaged 300 global professionals from 60 countries in an overseas Fellowship in the United States and Colombia.
Atlas Corps provides mid-level nonprofit leaders an opportunity to volunteer abroad for 12 to 18 months - especially global south leaders with 4-8 years of experience to volunteer in the U.S.
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Atlas Corps Fellowship in USA Atlas Corps Fellowship in Colombia Atlas Corps Think Tank LINKS Fellowship
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I am very impressed at what Atlas Service Corps is doing and creating social impact to US. I want to fully support this organization and wish to bring more and more global leaders from the world to US!!!
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Atlas Corps is the nexus of where talent meets opportunity! In 2008, I served as an Atlas Corps Fellow in Bogota, Colombia. It was an opportunity to share my knowledge and, more importantly, to learn from others. For a mid-career professional, there are not many opportunities for long-term, career-level service. Atlas Corps fills that gap. Now, five years later, I am proud to say that I am part of a growing network of 140 Fellows from 40 countries and more than 15,000 others connected view a virtual network. Atlas Corps breaks down political, geographical, and cultural barriers to network the best talent to solve our world's best social issues. Atlas Corps, thank you for giving me this opportunity!
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