We are currently recruiting judges for our Coro Fellows Selection Day! As a judge, you can help us select the next generation of leaders to join our Fellowship.  Selection Day takes place on Saturday, March 11th, 2017, 8:00am – 4:30pm, Carlow University.  Judges may participate the entire day or half day (8:00am – 12:00pm ; 1:00pm – 4:30pm).

August 2017, the next cohort of Coro Fellows will begin their full-time, nine-month, intensive graduate-level training. The Coro Fellowship provides opportunities for recent college graduates from around the world to explore a variety of professional and leadership opportunities in Pittsburgh. The high level of individual and team-based work and professionalism necessitates that we find the best 12 candidates for Coro and Pittsburgh.

Judges observe and score candidates on their leadership and growth potential.  During the day, candidates are tested on their ability to make decisions in the face of ambiguity, adapt quickly to changing circumstances, make ethical, and inclusive decisions, and communicate in creative ways. In today’s complex world, leaders need to be able to master these skills in order to solve problems across political, sectorial, racial, and other boundaries.

Benefits of Judging:

  • Connect with other community members who are invested in bringing next generation leaders to Pittsburgh.
  • Meet the next generation of leaders.
  • Gain insight into the unique Fellows selection process (which may lead to some talent assessment ideas of your own).

 

Notable Coro Fellows Alumni:

Wayne B. Cobb II Cobb Counsel, Coro Pittsburgh Board Member
Bethany Davidson Urban Redevelopment Authority
Justin Ehrenwerth Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council, Coro Pittsburgh Board Member
Antonio Lodico Thomas Merton Center
La’Tasha D. Mayes New Voices Pittsburgh, 2016 MLK Jr. Distinguished Alumni Leadership Award Winner
Todd Owens Nonprofit Talent

If you are interested in being a Selection Day Judge, please complete this FORM

Contact Teisha Stolich – tstolich@coropittsburgh.org – with questions or for additional information.

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