Coro Center For Civic Leadership

Rating: 4.54 stars   13 reviews

Issues: Education

Location: 33 Terminal Way Suite 429a Pittsburgh PA 15219 USA

Mission: To advance ethical and effective leaders who share a commitment to civic engagement. We are building a leadership pipeline to foster collaboration within and across Pittsburgh's business, nonprofit and government sectors.
Target demographics: Coro Pittsburgh is involved with programs for individuals from high school to retirement. Visit the website to learn more about which programs may fit you.
Geographic areas served: San Francisco, New York, St. Louis, Los Angeles
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The Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs makes you grow individually as well as professionally. The group of 16 is the most diverse group, racially, socioeconomically and culturally that I have worked with. Through the fellowship students are given opportunities to develop skills to run a board meeting more effectively, use outside of the box thinking for solutions, look at situations through different lens, and see the world through the eyes of the 15 other Fellows. During the Fellows program the Coro Staff goes out of their way to allow you to do anything you want. Each Fellow is given a tremendous amount of access to leaders and organizations within the Pittsburgh community.

What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

Forward thinking, great staff, many connections, opens doors that may be closed.

The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...

some of the most passionate people I have ever met.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

change the face of leadership in the US. Coro has been in Pittsburgh for less than 10 years but already throughout Pittsburgh there are many Coro members impacting their community in a positive way.

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