From the E.D.
I want to thank and acknowledge the following individuals who generously contributed to Coro at year-end. At a time when leadership matters, their support is critical to our mission of training the next generation of civic leaders.
Leticia Alanis, Daisy Auger Dominguez, Lisa Berg, Gregory Berman, Paul and Giovanna, Itai Dinour, Cheryl Dorsey, Julie Farber, Victor Fazio, Mark Foggin, Jeffrey Grayson, Carolyn Hill, Michael Hirschhorn and Jimena Martinez, Jennifer Hoffner and Jason Martin, Wayne Ho, Jennifer Hogan, Mary Beth Holman, Thomas Houghton, Suzanne Denbo Jaffe, Claudia Jasin, Alethia Jones, Patrick Killackey, David Kraut, David Millstein, Kenneth Mountcastle, Peter Neger, M. Michel Orban, Alan Paskoff, Mehul Patel, Jonathan Plutzik and Lesley Goldwasser, Thomas Polk, Anne Pollack, Debbie Scott, John Stern, Samuel Ramos, Mark Reed, Ray Roeder, Jim Schoning, Bill Squadron, Alan Steckler, Anim Steel, John Stern, Kate Grossman Sutliff, Roberta and Edward, Fred Terrell, Nancy Van Duyne, Erica Waples, James Weinberg, Roger Westerman, Nancy Youman, Michael Zezas, Scott Zucker
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2009 Rudin Dinner
Join Coro on May 20
Annual Lewis Rudin Awards Dinner
Special Honorees Include:
Tom A. Bernstein
President of Chelsea Piers
Roland W. Betts
Chairman of Chelsea Piers
President and CEO of the Apollo Theatre
New York Life Insurance Company
to receive Coro's inaugural Corporate Award for Civic Leadership
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Fellows Selection Day: Last Chance to Register!
Attending Coro's Selection Day is a unique opportunity to identify and select New York City's future leaders in public affairs.
RSVP by Friday, March 6 via our Selection Day judge registration page.
Seminar: Bridging into the Nonprofit Sector
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
8:30am to 10:30am
The entire Coro community is invited to an exclusive session co-sponsored by Coro and Bridgespan on what it takes to "bridge" into the nonprofit sector from government or business.
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Exploring Leadership Career Day
Monday, April 27, 2009
4:30pm - 7:30pm
Volunteer your time to help Coro Youth Alumni explore different career paths through hands-on workshops and Q&A sessions.
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Last year, we launched the Coro Builders and inspired over 60 alumni and friends to contribute $1,000 each year to support our programs and advance our mission. Building on this success, we are introducing the Coro Legacy, Champion and Supporter levels. More information about the giving levels and unique benefits can be found here
This is a time of real challenges but also real opportunities for Coro. We need your support to address both as we work to ensure Coro becomes a vital civic institution.
Moody's Foundation Awards Coro $40,000
Many thanks to The Moody's Foundation for its continued support of the Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs.
Through this grant, Coro will continue to offer a dynamic, experience-based, nine-month leadership program and focus on recruiting and maintaining a high level of participation among women and people of color.
Applications Open: Coro's Immigrant Civic Leadership Program (ICLP)
ICLP enhances the capacity of leaders working to strengthen immigrant communities. Participants explore strategies for shaping public policies that affect New York City as a whole and immigrant communities in particular. As immigrant leaders and the institutions they lead grapple with how to leverage resources in a challenging fiscal climate, this program will help participants understand how New York City is approaching policy, budget and political decisions that affect immigrant communities and how to more effectively lead their organizations at this unique time.
Several slots are still available for the June 2009 class, and applications will be accepted through March 31, 2009.
Interested candidates may contact Mona Chun
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LNY Participant Launches "Everyday NYC"
Danny Shapiro (LNY XX) recently launched a new web initiative to provide everyday New Yorkers with a better way to participate in our City's public discourse. The site is aimed to help New Yorkers to learn about the issues facing their community, share their voice on public policy issues and engage in meaningful dialogue with their elected representatives.
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and a link to a full job description
by March 28, 2009.