Fellowship for Emerging Leaders in Public Service
Resources for Fellows

Below are professional development and leadership resources that may be helpful to Fellows or other emerging leaders in public service.

Professional Resources

BoardServe NYC
Interested in serving on a nonprofit board? Get valuable training and connections to boards looking for members from this United Way program.

Foundation Center
Resources for nonprofit and foundation leaders

Local Fellowships of Note

NYC Urban Fellows Program
A nine-month fellowship which combines work in Mayoral offices and City agencies with an intensive seminar series that explores the current urban issues which have an impact on public policy.

Coro's Fellows Program in Public Affairs
A full-time, nine-month, graduate-level experiential learning and leadership training program that includes field placements and special projects.

Coro's Leadership New York
A part-time civic leadership program for mid-career professionals from the private, public, and non-profit sectors in which participants go behind the scenes to examine different perspectives of New York City's complex public policy questions, developing personal leadership skills, and learning from a diverse group of peers.

Coro's Immigrant Civic Leadership Program
Participants in this intense part-time, six-month program develop advanced strategies and skills for expanding opportunities for immigrants and for shaping public policy decisions that affect immigrant communities and NYC.

StartingBloc's Institute for Social Innovation Fellowship
The Institute is a three-month program anchored by four one-day conferences. During the conferences, Fellows learn about corporate social responsibility, social entrepreneurship, cross sector partnerships and sustainability from leading academics, corporate innovators, social entrepreneurs, activists and government officials. Benefits include: job and internship opportunities, continuing education programs, and business plan mentoring.