Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs: FAQs

600+ professionals apply to the Coro Fellowship each year. Below are the most common questions people ask our recruiters. General Questions What does “Coro” stand for? “Coro” (not C.O.R.O.) is a word chosen by the organization’s founders in 1942 to describe the unique...

Coro Fellows Making a Difference

Challenging times call for adaptive leadership. At Coro, that also means supporting the people and organizations serving key needs for our communities. Our 2020-2021 Fellows joined the Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs to build more than their own talents – they...

Coro Pittsburgh Introduces 2020-21 Public Allies

Supporting local nonprofits while forging career pathways Our partnership with Public Allies National began in 2006 with a simple goal – help underrepresented leaders serve their communities and access pathways to success. Since then, over 400 diverse local...

New Mission, Same Faces: Meet Armani Davis, PhD

There have been a lot of exciting new changes here at Coro Pittsburgh including the addition of Armani Davis, PhD, the Coro Faculty Lead of our flagship Fellows Program in Public Affairs.  Keep reading to learn more about him and his position. 1. Tell us a little...

New Faces, Same Mission: Meet Summer Hunter-Kysor

There have been a lot of exciting new changes here at Coro Pittsburgh including the addition of Summer Hunter-Kysor, our Program Associate.  Keep reading to learn more about her and her position. 1. Tell us a little bit more about your role. As a Program...