Cohort Learning

In today’s fast changing, complex world, gaining hands-on experience is a critical part of professional development. Coro inspires and supports diverse individuals to take on leadership roles to revitalize communities. With communities as the proving ground, and the cohort as the learning model, Coro participants learn to affect change within systems by leveraging strengths of many different kinds of people, organizations and institutions.

Learning topics include:

  • Knowing Yourself. Understanding what matters most to you, the gifts you bring to the larger puzzle, and blind spots that limit creativity in problem solving.
  • Knowing the System.  Ability to listen to multiple, competing perspectives in order to discover leverage points for making change in systems.
  • Intervening in Yourself. Ability to adopt new ways of doing things and to let go of old habits in order to succeed in new leadership roles.
  • Intervening in the System.  How to work with others to create a vision, set goals, and share responsibility for achieving success.

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Full-time, nine month program for college graduates interested in acquiring the knowledge, skill and networks to be able to be an effective cross sector leader. Full-time, 10 month program for youth interested in leadership training and/or exploring careers in the nonprofit sector. Part-time, two year program for diverse, early career professionals from all sectors who are interested in learning and working with others to fulfill their visions for their community. Part-time, 6 month program for diverse, early-career professionals with a passion to improve the status of women through leadership development.

Learn More

Click here to listen to a 5 minute KQV Radio interview with President & CEO Greg Crowley on how Coro’s programs prepare next generation leaders to be effective collaborators.


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