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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Adult Education, Education, Graduate & Professional Schools, Leadership Development

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

Programs: Fellows program in public affairsan intensive, graduate-level program that introduces participants to all aspects of the public affairs arena, preparing them to translate their ideals into action for improving their own communities and beyond. The program runs for 9 months and includes placements in business, nonprofit and government organizations. 12 fellows graduated in june 2014.

public alliesa national americorp program operating for 10 month terms that identifies diverse young adults and prepares them for leadership through paid full-time nonprofit apprenticeships and rigorous leadership trainings. 32 allies graduated in june 2014.

next leaderscoro next leaders is a 12 month program that runs in a different community each year. The program is designed to engage and train the next generation of neighborhood leaders through mentoring, workshops, and community projects. 16 next leaders completed the program in the 2013-2014 fiscal year, there was not a new cohort in the 2014 year.

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