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Last modified: June 11, 2013, 1:52 PM
Coro is New York City's premier leadership training program and a community of 2,000 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 to understand how New York works and so that they can make it better.
Coro runs seven leadership training programs, each serving a different constituency at different points on their educational and career paths.
The 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.
EXPLORING LEADERSHIP equipsNew York Cityhigh school students with the skills to identify and tackle issues vital to the success of their schools and empowers them to continue to lead change in their communities.
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 facingNew York Cityand develop new ways to lead change in their communities and organizations.
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.
The EDUCATION LEADERSHIP COLLABORATIVE will convene leaders from all types of public high schools to form a leadership collaborative focused on peer mentorships, strategy sessions with experts in the field and guidance on the development of school change projects designed to support students' college readiness.
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.