December Corolation


Join the Coro Connectors!

Please join our new supporters group launched this month. Coro Connectors sign up to make a monthly contribution to Coro of $10, 20, $50 or more.  Support from Coro Connectors will be designated for scholarships, stipends, and alumni programming- important investments that most funders don't support.

Sign up now to be a Coro Connector. It is easy, affordable, and convenient – your credit card is automatically charged once a month. You can create a big impact for a small amount each month.

Most importantly, you can help us build the leadership community of our city. Thank you!


Year-End Scholarship Fund Campaign: $14,000 in 14 Days

Thank you to all who made gifts through December 14 totaling $20,880: we successfully secured a $15,500 matching gift adding $36,380 to the Coro Scholarship Fund.

To reach our goal of $50,000 by 12/31, we need you!

Reaching our goal of $14,000 in 14 days will take a collective effort! Your gift today makes the Coro experience possible for new leaders representing the diversity of New York City.

Why I give what I give:

"We are all agents of change thanks to Coro."



Alumni News, Acknowledgments & Jobs

Please join us in thanking Coro alumni who contributed to the Coro Community in different ways this month. Your contributions make Coro programs the success they are.

We also are pleased to announce job postings and events.

(Pictured above, L to R) Michael Lambert (NL 2012), Cecelia Kushner (LNY22) and Aaron Koffman (LNY22) participated in LNY25's first issue day, which discussed affordable housing.


LNY's First Issue Day Explores Inclusionary Zoning

Leadership New York 25 (LNY25) held its first issue day of a series, earlier this month in the Bedford-Styuvesant section of Brooklyn. Issue days are part of the program's curriculum to explore topical issues in New York City and to connect participants to key community stakeholders.

The theme was Economic Development and Housing and the issue was Inclusionary Zoning. LNY25 participants were guided by the question: How does New York City address housing needs across a range of incomes while fostering economic development?


Job Postings now on LinkedIn

Please post your organization's job openings on the Coro New York Leadership Center LinkedIn group page, under our Job Discussion section.

Recruitment has begun for Coro Fellows 2015!

Recruitment is underway for the next Coro Fellows cohort.  Applications are due by January 22nd, 2014.  Click here to apply.