Programa publicado por: Coro New York Leadership Center
Publicado el: 29/05/2012
Coro is now accepting applications for The Immigrant Civic Leadership Program (ICLP). This leadership training program is designed for active and engaged leaders who seek to strengthen and bring about improvement and change to the city's immigrant communities. To learn more about ICLP and how to apply, click here.
The ideal ICLP participant has a vision for change yet is open to self-reflection about their goals, has at least three years of related work experience, and has the commitment to complete a rigorous 5-month leadership program. Participants must have a defined project to support that change, and the capacity to successfully organize and implement change in their organization or community. Preference will be given to participants working with community-based organizations in newer immigrant communities..
Through Coro's unique training approach, ICLP participants gain a deeper understanding of policy and decision making in the city, the skills to effectively lead change in their organizations and communities, and a network of engaged and influential alumni to support them in reaching their goals. All participants identify a Community Change Project that seeks to strengthen their immigrant community so that the impact from their participation goes beyond the training room. Program participants will also receive a small funding grant towards their project upon their completion of the program. While there is no tuition fee for this program, there is a $100 materials fee which is due in mid-July.
The deadline to submit the online application is Friday, June 8th, 2012. Interested applicants can apply to the Immigrant Civic Leadership Program by visiting www.coronewyork.org.
To learn more about ICLP and how to apply, please visit our website at www.coronewyork.org, or contact Cristina Marquez, Program Director at email@example.com or 212-248-2935 x320.