Let's bring in a round of applause to Class 16 on a remarkable nine years at Atlas Corps! Happy anniversary and we are excited for many more!
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Join this info session to learn more about the Atlas Corps: Bolivia Virtual Leadership Initiative for Women's Empowerment and the benefits of joining this program. This is a great opportunity to get your questions answered and to receive tips on the application process. Join us on December 1 at 6 pm ET / 7 pm BOT.
We seek to engage social impact professionals from Bolivia who seek structured professional and leadership development and work toward economic development and inclusive prosperity.
The priority deadline is December 10. Early applications encouraged as applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Apply to the initiative at bolivia.atlascorps.org
NOTE: This live session will be held in Spanish.
A SPECIAL THANK YOU to our Atlas Corps donors. Together, we raised $10,000 in 24 hours! Awesome!
Also, thanks to GlobalGiving for their inspiration!
P.S. Of course, you can still show your support for Atlas Corps Leaders any day of the year at donate.atlascorps.org.
Make an impact today by applying at pakistan.atlascorps.org!
Join Atlas Corps CEO Bidjan Nashat speaking on the Atlas Corps Community of 1,500+ professionals from 115 countries achieving global impact! Tune in on Tuesday, November 29, 12:30 pm EST.
All donations are matched! Details at donate.atlascorps.org
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Each holiday season is a perfect time to appreciate our loved ones. This year, we are so grateful for all of our Alumni, Fellows, Scholars, Host Organizations, Board of Directors, Volunteers, and Donors. We are thankful for our global network of leaders working to get through this moment together.
Take some time today and reflect upon individuals who have supported you through 2022 and show them your appreciation.
Meet AIF Banyan Impact Fellow Tabish (Class 46, ) who is serving as the Global Engagement Programs Fellow for the Northwestern Buffett Institute for Global Affairs at Northwestern University. Tabish shares how his Host Organization (especially his supervisor, Patrick Eccles) is contributing to his global perspective, "With Patrick’s wealth of experience, he has been more than kind in extending that to me on various occasions during our class visits, campus outings and other events. I go back to a recent conversation on diversity, equity and inclusion where I learned about what it means in the US context and was left thinking of ways how I can incorporate that in the general discourse back in India."
Read more at: https://atlascorps.org/atlas-corps-host-spotlight-northwestern-university-buffett-institute-for-global-affairs/
The Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize is the world’s largest annual humanitarian award presented to nonprofit organizations judged to have made extraordinary contributions toward alleviating human suffering.
Congratulations to NRC - Norwegian Refugee Council , the 2022 Conrad N. Hilton Foundation laureate! Learn more about this incredible organization protecting the rights of people who are forced to flee during the crisis in 35+ countries at hiltonfoundation.org/hiltonprize-nrc
Atlas Corps proudly partners with the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation and empowers the Hilton Humanitarian Prize Laureate Virtual Leadership Institute - hiltonprize.atlascorps.org. We look forward to seeing leaders from the Norwegian Refugee Council in our next 2023 Cohort!
Meet Atlas Corps Alumna Hira (Class 31, ), the founder of CaterpillHERS, a social enterprise that provides early-stage business curriculum and mentorship to women enterpreneurs. Hira stresses the importance of collaboration, especially when working with social issues such as women's entrepreneurship:
"Atlas Corps Fellowship made me realize that the underlying issue of women’s economic empowerment is universal to all countries in the world including the US. The call for change in every country is the same with different names hence the collaboration between the countries is necessary..... This is why I partnered with my host organization to bring a program to my home country and it’s all because Atlas Corps paved the way for me."
Read more about Hira and CaterpillHERS at: https://atlascorps.org/alumna-founds-caterpillhers-a-social-entreprise-for-women-entrepreneurs/
We’re bridging the gap between opportunity and talent by empowering emerging leaders around the world
Atlas Corps was founded in 2006 in response to the reality that while talent is everywhere, opportunity is not. Atlas Corps empowers emerging leaders around the world in growing their skills and expanding their impact through our two key programs: the Virtual Leadership Institute (VLI) and the Global Leaders Fellowship. Simultaneously, Atlas Corps supports organizations by closing their talent gap
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Let's bring in a round of applause to Class 16 on a remarkable nine years at Atlas Corps! Happy anniversary and we are excited for many more!
Happy 15 year anniversary to Class 2! We are so proud of each of your accomplisments since beginning your Atlas Corps journey!
Meet Atlas Corps Scholar, Muzaffar Ahmed (Cohort 11, ), one of our many strong Pakistani leaders who recently just graduated from the Atlas Corps: Pakistan Emerging Leaders Initiative.
As a social entrepreneur, Muzaffar co-founded Burq 7 Tech, a startup developing a smart electricity monitoring system to help Pakistani domestic consumers reduce their consumption to keep it within their monthly budget.
Since graduating from the Virtual Leadership Institute, he will be implementing his Leadership Project which is to develop an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) of his smart electricity monitoring system and conduct consumer testing with at least 20 consumers for minimum 3 to 4 months. In his words, "With my VLI project as a part of it, I will be putting my efforts into taking my idea further and developing it into a revenue generating business. The experience I gained during VLI will help me to grow my business while keeping my focus clear on my goal and mission, which is to create an economic and environmental impact in the lives of domestic electricity consumers all over Pakistan through my startup."
Thank you, Muzaffar, and we look forward to seeing you lead positive change in your local communities!
Read more about Muzaffar's leadership journey at: https://atlascorps.org/vli-scholar-muzaffar-empowers-pakistani-households-towards-consumption-reduction/
Meet Atlas Corps Fellow Morine Nchangwie (Class 50, )!
As part of her Fellowship, Morine is serving full-time at the American Red Cross as their Movement Transformation Fellow, where she will support building strong partnerships between the organization and national societies. She shares what she most looks forward to gaining from this experience, "What excites me the most about joining Atlas Corps Fellowship is the fact that I will learn and gain new approaches and perspectives about new ways of doing things and serving communities. Also, the exposures to new cultures, professional experiences and new ideas, and the professional development and professional affiliations with potential life time of new global friends."
We are excited to have dynamic global leaders like Morine join the Atlas Corps Community!
Read more about her leadership journey at: https://atlascorps.org/meet-class-50-fellow-morine/
Your stories are shaping a more world! Don't miss your chance to be part of the movement! Submit your entries and show us how transforms lives. Learn more and apply by September 12: https://bit.ly/3DTEAy1 Youthlead Grassroot Soccer Zambia Atlas Corps Accountability Lab Youth Economic Opportunities IREX
Meet Scholar, Saleta Ameixeiras (Cohort 12, Spain), who is participating in the Atlas Corps: Spain & Andorra Climate Resilience Leadership Initiative, a special partnership with BIOagradables
Upon completing the Virtual Leadership Institute, Saleta plans to implement her Leadership Project, which is to educate youth on climate change topics. She shares, "I have been a climate leader since 2020, after online training at the Climate Reality, a non-profit institution founded by former U.S. Vice President Al Gore. After the training, I received a vast quantity of documentation with the aim of giving training to other on climate change awareness, its causes, consequences, and possible solutions; however, I never did that because of my lack of self-esteem and confidence which I would like to overcome after the Virtual Leadership Institute."
Saleta, thank you for sharing your leadership journey with us. We look forward to seeing you inspire positive change toward youth engagement in climate change!
Also, special thank you to the US Embassy Madrid for connecting us to rising Spanish leaders like Saleta.
Read more at: https://atlascorps.org/meet-cohort-12-scholar-saleta/
First week of the Contest has begun! Show us how sparks progress and transforms lives. Submit your photos, audio clips, or written pieces under the categories: Inclusive Workforce Development, GESI, Inclusive Activism, Inclusive Representation, or Inclusive Sports.
Learn more and submit your entries here: https://www.youthlead.org/united4inclusion
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Congratulations Atlas Corps Fellow Muneeb Malik (Class 46, ) and his Host Supervisor, Paul Kuhne from CODE, on earning their PMP Certification!
While serving as their Data Project Management Fellow, Muneeb is making invaluable contributions to their team. In Paul's words, "Muneeb has both provided helpful perspective as we strategically plan and gone above and beyond in delivering valuable work products that illustrate this vision. He has developed beautiful marketing collateral for CODE, offered recommendations on business development, and generally shared his feedback on creating more action-oriented work products. All of this has made CODE a much nimbler and more forward-looking organization."
Thank you, CODE, for all of your support towards Muneeb's professional development.
Read more about CODE's Host experience at: https://atlascorps.org/host-spotlight-center-for-open-data-enterprise-code/
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Youthlead and Youth Excel: Our Knowledge, Leading Change are thrilled to announce the launch of the Contest! Sponsors include: Grassroot Soccer Atlas Corps Youth Economic Opportunities Accountability Lab
Share your vision of through photos, audio clips, or written pieces in categories like Inclusive Workforce Development, GESI, Inclusive Activism, Representation, or Inclusive Sports.
Submit your entry now and be a part of this movement! https://www.youthlead.org/united4inclusion
Meet Indrias Rosmeifinda (Class 50, ), a rising development and humanitarian leader passionate about children's education and women's empowerment!
Indrias will be serving full-time at Women's World Banking as their Policy Advocacy Fellow, where she will be helping accelerate the process of building the advocacy policy team and expertise in the organization and assisting in delivering parts of the policy and advocacy strategy and goals set for the next five years. Through the Fellowship, Indrias is excited to develop her leadership skills in policy and advocacy towards her passions.
In her words, "What I am hoping out of this Fellowship is to gain new skillsets in the area of policy and advocacy for financial inclusion for women and to learn more about the research within the team as well as implementing gender mainstreaming and gender equality within the policy for women’s financial empowerment."
Special thanks to the U.S. Embassy - Jakarta, Indonesia for connecting us to dynamic Indonesian leaders like Indrias.
Read more at: https://atlascorps.org/meet-class-50-fellow-indrias/
📢 Calling all young changemakers! Join the four-week Contest on , August 12! Showcase how you imagine through photos, audio clips, or written pieces in one of these categories: Inclusive Workforce Development, Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI), Inclusive Activism, Inclusive Representation, or Inclusive Sports.
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Meet Atlas Corps Scholar Nazeer Ahmed (Cohort 11, )! Nazeer joins Atlas Corps as part of the Atlas Corps: Pakistan Emerging Leaders Initiative, a dynamic collaboration with two Atlas Corps Alumni-led organizations: Accountability Lab Pakistan and CaterpillHERs, to build community across emerging professionals in Pakistan by building the capacity of local leaders and community-based initiatives.
While working with the Education Department Government of Balochistan, Pakistan, Nazeer supports teachers' professional development and volunteers for women's educational empowerment. Nazeer plans to continue his dedication to women's and young girls' education through his Leadership Project.
He says, "In order to bypass the historic neglect of women’s education and to empower the region’s youth, my leadership project aims to equip adolescent girls and young women with the skills and confidence to become advocates within their homes and communities for a traditionally marginalized group in their societies. My proposed project will on the one hand give these marginalized groups considerably more leverage to play stronger and more positive roles within a conflict-ridden society, and on the other, help to generate new opportunities for them, exceeding their previous social, economic, and educational limitations."
Thank you, Nazeer, for championing women's educational empowerment in . We can't wait to see how you lead positive change in the future!
Read more at: https://atlascorps.org/vli-scholar-nazeer-ahmed-is-championing-for-womens-educational-empowerment-in-balochistan-pakistan/
LAST CALL: Today is the final deadline to apply for the Atlas Corps Fellowship! Do not miss out on this amazing chance to become a part of our global network of change makers!
Change your perspective. Change the world.
Make an impact today by applying at apply.atlascorps.org!
Tomorrow is the FINAL DEADLINE to submit your applications for the Atlas Corps Fellowship! Global professionals between the ages of 25 to 35 years old, don't forget to submit your application before it's too late!
Visit apply.atlascorps.org for more details!
One of the values about being part of a global network is learning different international perspectives through other's experiences.
In her blog post, Atlas Corps Fellow, Comfort (Class 49, , Host Org: Deseret Management Corporation) shares valuable lessons from her childhood that shape who she is as a global leader today. One of those lessons, "The Strength of a Team Lies in the Conduct of Each," comes from her times participating in inter-school debates and spelling bee competitions in school.
Comfort says, "We cared less about our personal, religious, age, or ethnic differences, and we were a complete team because our diversity and each other’s skills were our strengths. Working with a diverse team is a plus because it results in increased creativity, lateral thinking, knowledge sharing, motivation, and synergy. The results we achieved opened my eyes to the power of teamwork, diversity, and collaboration, which have been crucial in my work with others."
Read more at: https://atlascorps.org/valuable-career-lessons-i-learned-from-the-ghetto-as-a-child/
Meet Atlas Corps Scholar, Frank Sarria (Cohort 12, ), the Country General Manager for Buy Food with Plastic, where he leads community teams in the process of transforming plastic handling habits through plastic for hot meals exchange events.
As part of the Virtual Leadership Institute, Frank is developing his Leadership Project as a recycling academy for development, where he will engage high school graduates in solid waste management. When it comes to his work, he shares what his greatest inspirations are as a leader, "Creating bonds with other human beings. I firmly believe that the greatest impact we can achieve as a leader is to transform the world one life at a time."
We look forward to seeing Frank lead a in his local communities!
Special thanks to the US Embassy Managua for connecting us to emerging Nicaraguan leaders like Frank.
Read more about Frank's leadership journey at: https://atlascorps.org/vli-scholar-frank-sarria-aims-to-empower-nicaraguan-communities-in-solid-waste-management/
GREAT NEWS: Atlas Corps has extended the application deadline to August 6th!
If you haven't yet submitted your application, we encourage you to submit it by the final deadline, August 6th, to be considered for our or blended Fellowships beginning in 2024.
Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to gain international experience as a rising leader: apply.atlascorps.org
We look forward to reviewing your applications!
LAST CALL: Today is the last day to apply for the Atlas Corps Fellowship beginning in 2024!
We look forward to reviewing your applications, and good luck to all those who have applied!
LAST CALL: Tomorrow is the deadline to apply for the Atlas Corps Fellowship! Do not miss out on this amazing chance to become a part of our global network of change makers! Change your perspective. Change the world.
Make an impact today by applying at apply.atlascorps.org!
One of the amazing facets of the Atlas Corps Community is learning best practices from our Fellows and Host Organizations.
Have you heard of "data walk"? It is one of the Participatory Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (PMEL) methods that our Host Organization, The Hunger Project, learned from Urban Institute as a way to engage with their community members in their development initiatives.
Atlas Corps Fellow, Debra (Class 44, ), shares in her blog post (co-authored by her colleague, Pablo Sanchez, Associate Director of Data and Analytics at The Hunger Project):
"A data walk is a method for delving into and analyzing data with the goal of discovering patterns, trends, and revelations. At [The Hunger Project], we implement this activity after an evaluation by creating accessible visual representations of the results and inviting community partners to a meeting to analyze the collected data. Community partners participate in the activity by answering questions like ‘Do you agree with the results?’, ‘Did anything surprise you?’ and ‘What action should we take next?’, to discuss and reflect on the results."
Learn more about The Hunger Project's work and other ways you can incorporate into your organization's practices at: https://atlascorps.org/participatory-monitoring-evaluation-and-learning-engaging-community-partners-with-data/
Have you submitted your Atlas Corps application yet?
There are three more days until the priority deadline of July 30th. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to build lifelong connections within our global network of 1,700+ social change leaders!
Submit your application today to be considered for and blended opportunities beginning in 2024: apply.atlascorps.org
Today marks 6 years since Class 25 began their Atlas Corps journey. Congratulations on all of your accomplishments since then!
On July 19th, Atlas Corps hosted a reception for Fellows, Scholars, Host Organizations, and current and future supporters at the National Press Club. With over 60 attendees, the evening was a wonderful opportunity to continue to within the Atlas Corps Community. We thank all who have joined us and we look forward to more opportunities to in the future!
It's not too late! We are still accepting applications for the Atlas Corps Fellowship until July 30, 2023.
Take the time now to invest in tomorrow! We are seeking applicants with two or more years of full-time work experience in at least one of the following skill areas:
–Communications & Marketing: comm.atlascorps.org
–Monitoring & Evaluation / Data Analysis: data.atlascorps.org
–Operations & Human Resources: operations.atlascorps.org
–Partnership-Building & Business Development: partnershipfellows.atlascorps.org
–Program & Project Management: projectmanagement.atlascorps.org
Atlas Corps CEO, Bidjan Nashat, joins PCDNetwork Founder and CEO, Craig Zelizer, in an enlightening conversation on The Social Change Career Podcast.
This episode, "Talent Is Everywhere And Now Opportunity Can Be Too with Bidjan Nashat," covers a wide array of key topics 📚 - from exploring talent in the social change sector, to the importance of partnerships, and an in-depth discussion on the current situation in Colombia regarding Venezuelan migrants and refugees. 🌎
Bidjan also shares his vision on how we can make opportunity as universally distributed as talent, addressing one of the core challenges facing the world today.
In his words, "I believe that coming out of the pandemic, we're in a unique space where organizations and leaders have realized you can work everywhere, and that extends equity to people who haven't had those opportunities.... So we have people who have moved and have been displaced, are refugees, are in countries where the borders are closed but we can still enable remote Fellowships. We can still enable remote leader development and create a community in global citizenship.... because I get to engage with people all over the globe every single week, that's extremely motivating to see that energy, that talent, and that potential. And we want to find, grow, and connect those young professionals with organizations that want to make a difference."
Listen here: https://pcdn.global/e16s10-talent-is-everywhere-and-now-opportunity-can-be-too-with-bidjan-nashat/
There's still time to submit your Atlas Corps application for and blended opportunities beginning in 2024!
Class 41 Alumna Constance Munyenyembe from shares how she enhanced her and skillsets while serving at her Host Organization, IFDC: "The Fellowship has allowed me to serve in an international organization, where I have improved my skills in partnership building, proposal writing, and designing programs intended to boost agricultural growth and food and nutrition security. I have also been able to engage in stakeholder events, including with agencies such as USAID. I plan to apply these skills gained through IFDC and Atlas Corps, to continue my work with farmers and agripreneurs in Malawi and beyond."
Read more about Constance's Host experience at: https://atlascorps.org/atlas-corps-host-spotlight-ifdc/
P.S.- Feeling inspired? Don't forget to submit your application by the priority deadline of July 30. Learn more: partnershipfellows.atlascorps.org
Meet Atlas Corps Fellow, Zunaira (Class 46, )!
As part of her Fellowship, Zunaira serves full-time at Making Cents International as their Youth Engagement Fellow where she supports activities for YouthLead.org and coordinate with key youth networks including YouthLead Ambassadors and YP2LE Youth Advisory Group (YAG) to support outreach and peer-to-peer outreach on what issues, skills and resources are in-demand among young people.
Zunaira shares how the Fellowship supports her success as a professional, "My role at Making Cents International has allowed me to interact and work with such a dynamic and diverse pool of youth from around the world. It's not only helped improve my community engagement and project management skills but also given me an insight into working with diverse communities."
Read more about Zunaira's leadership journey at: https://atlascorps.org/meet-class-46-fellow-zunaira/
P.S. - Are you a rising leader passionate about using your skills towards ? Join Zunaira and the other 1,700+ leaders within our global network! Apply by July 30, 2023 for our and blended Fellowship opportunities beginning in 2024. Learn more at: .atlascorps.org/
We welcome all friends of Atlas Corps to join our Celebration of Service. We will be joined by special guests from our community and will celebrate Fellows and Scholars who recently began and finished their programs.
Join us on Monday, July 17, 2023 at 12:00 pm ET to recognize our community of 1,700+ social change leaders from 116 countries.
Today is an exciting day of celebrations!
We invite you to join us in ONE HOUR to celebrate Fellows and Scholars who have recently completed or begun their service.
We will also be honoring distinguished members within our community:
–Outstanding Supporter Award: American India Foundation
–Distinguished Partner Award: Collaborating for Resilience
–Distinguished Volunteer Award: Jouvens Corantin
Hear from our Scholars and Alumni about their experiences during the program:
–Scholar Alex (Cohort 10, )
–Scholar Katherine (Cohort 10, )
–Fellow Lorna (Class 43, , Host Organization: Luminate)
We hope to see you there:
Atlas Corps Summer Celebration of Service 2023 We welcome all friends of Atlas Corps to join our Celebration of Service. We will be joined by special guests from our community and will celebrate Fellows a...
Leadership Journeys bring together a diverse pool of changemakers to share their unique perspectives and experiences, fostering personal development and professional networks of rising social change leaders like you.
Join us for an engaging Alumni panel discussion with dynamic leaders from within our community to speak on their leader journey post Fellowship and how they utilized storytelling. Don't forget to bring your questions!
Atlas Corps is going LIVE in one hour!
Join us for an insightful conversation with dynamic leaders from within our community to speak on their leadership journey post-Fellowship and how they utilized :
Leadership Journeys Alumni Panel: Storytelling for Change Leadership Journeys bring together a diverse pool of changemakers to share their unique perspectives and experiences, fostering personal development and prof...
Atlas Corps proudly honors Collaborating for Resilience (CoRe) with the Distinguished Partner Award!
This award is given to a partner who is held in high regard for their contributions to Atlas Corps, their commitment to our Fellows, and their passion for creating pathways for diverse and talented leaders to serve others. As one of our amazing Host Organizations, we are grateful for their support and guidance to five of our Fellows.
Blake Ratner, Executive Director, shares his favorite part about hosting Fellows:
"I appreciate that when Atlas Corps Fellows arrive, they are already part of a community—their peers within the current cohort but also an extended community of Fellows from prior years. This means they have support settling into their new city and new job as well as an international network with whom to explore their own professional development goals."
Thank you, Blake and CoRe, for all you do for the Atlas Corps Community; we truly appreciate our continued partnership.
Read more about CoRe's support at: https://atlascorps.org/meet-our-distinguished-partner-award-collaborating-for-resilience/
P.S.- We invite you to join us in honoring CoRe and other Honorees, and celebrate all Fellows and Scholars that recently began or completed their program today at 12 pm ET. We hope to see you there: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tZrvCqG0o0
Congratulations Class 31! Can you believe it's already been 5 years since you began your Atlas Corps journey? Here's to many more!
Are you an Atlas Corps Fellow currently in the U.S.? We have a for you to engage with other Fellows!
Atlas Corps and Open Gov Hub are hosting a networking and happy hour event on July 20 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm ET. Meet other Atlas Corps Fellows and enjoy an evening of networking (and bachata lessons led by Class 46 Fellow Shivalika)!
We can't wait to see you there!
Register at: https://bachatanetworkingandhappyhour.splashthat.com
Atlas Corps proudly honors the American India Foundation with the Outstanding Supporter Award!
This award is given to a supporter who is held in high regard for their support to Atlas Corps and to our community of leaders, and their passion for serving others. Their immense support for AIF Fellows and Scholars is instrumental in helping us create career pathways for diverse and talented leaders who want to serve others.
Björn Technau, Project Manager of the Banyan Impact Fellowship, shares how the mutual support between our organizations impacts future leaders: "The Atlas Corps Community has widened our horizons. The U.S.–India bridge building has been a core element of our program since its inception 22 years ago. The collaboration with Atlas Corps has allowed us to add new partners and friends to our networks; and thanks to the Virtual Leadership Institute, our Fellows do now get in touch and professionally exchange with other Fellows from all over the world."
Thank you, American India Foundation, for all of your support in helping us connect with rising social change leaders in India.
Read more about AIF's support at: https://atlascorps.org/outstanding-supporter-award-american-india-foundation/
P.S.- We invite you to our Celebration of Service on Monday, July 17 at 12 pm ET, where we will honor AIF and other Honorees, and celebrate all Fellows and Scholars that recently began or completed their program. Join us at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tZrvCqG0o0
What an inspiring post about one of our Alumna, Tsanta Gaëlle Ramamonjisoa. It's great to see our Alumni building networks with local organizations and initiatives to make a difference in their home countries. Great work, Gaëlle, we're so proud of you!
Atlas Corps honors 2022 Hilton Prize Scholar, Jouvens, for the Distinguished Volunteer Award!
As an Alum, Jouvens is giving back to the Atlas Corps Community by serving as a Peer Coach for 2023 Hilton Prize Scholars, a Selection Board member, and an advocate for the Hilton Prize Virtual Leadership Institute. Jouvens embodies the true spirit of volunteerism and inspires our future generation of changemakers.
In his words, "After completing the Virtual Leadership Institute, the VLI Peer Coach Captains deeply inspired me and I really wanted to undertake something that could keep the leadership flame burning in me."
Thank you, Jouvens. We are grateful to you, and the hundreds of volunteers that ensure our organization runs smoothly. Read more about Jouvens at: https://atlascorps.org/meet-our-distinguished-volunteer-award-honoree-jouvens/
P.S.-We invite all friends of Atlas Corps to join us on July 17 at 12pm ET for the Celebration of Service, where we will honor Jouvens and other distinguished community members and celebrate our Fellows and Scholars that recently began and finished the programs. Tune in at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tZrvCqG0o0
Class 42, today is your day! Happy 2 years anniversary at Atlas Corps!
Atlas Corps is offering another LIVE Info Session next week July 5th at 10 am EDT!
Class 34 Alumna, Mavra, will be joining us to discuss her experience and share advice for interested applicants. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the application process and receive tips for preparing your application for the Fellowship beginning in 2024.
We can't wait to see you there:
Info Session: Tips for the Fellowship Application Process Want to learn how to put together a successful application and stand out as a great candidate for the Atlas Corps Fellowship? Attend this information session...
Are you a professional passionate about using your skills to lead social change in your local communities? Atlas Corps offers a unique professional development opportunity for you to serve at a mission-driven organization in the United States through our Remote and Blended Fellowship programs.
American India Foundation Fellow, Manushi Sharma, shares how Atlas Corps is empowering her as a Data professional:
"The Fellowship has given me a chance to connect with a global community of LME professionals. Through this immersive experience, I am gaining valuable insights, refining my analytical abilities, and expanding my professional network. By working with CoRe on real-world projects, allowing me to apply my learning and develop a practical understanding of Monitoring & Evaluation practices for systems level approaches."
Manushi is serving full-time at Collaborating for Resilience as their Learning, Monitoring, and Evaluation Fellow where she will gain experience in principles of multi-stakeholder dialogue to promote citizen engagement in policy reform and implementation and will apply these principles through one or more international partnerships.
Read more about Manushi's experience at: https://atlascorps.org/meet-class-46-fellow-manushi/
P.S.- Join Manushi and the rest of our global network of 1,700+ leaders from 116 countries, and apply for the Fellowship today! Visit: data.atlascorps.org for more details!
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Atlas Service Corps, Inc. (Atlas Corps), started in 2006, is an international network of nonprofit leaders and organizations that promotes innovation, cooperation, and solutions to address the world’s 21st century challenges. Our mission is to address critical social issues by developing leaders, strengthening organizations, and promoting innovation through an overseas fellowship of skilled nonprofit professionals. Profiled as a “best practice” in international exchange by the Brookings Institution and featured in the Washington Post as a model social entrepreneurship program, Atlas Corps engages leaders committed to the nonprofit sector in 12 to 18 month, professional fellowships at organizations to learn best practices, build organizational capacity, and return home to create a network of global changemakers. As of January 2013, our network of Fellows includes 155 nonprofit leaders from 55 countries.
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