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Immigrant Civic Leadership Program

Immigrant Civic Leadership Program

Thursday, April 21, 2016


What is the Immigrant Civic Leadership Program (ICLP)?

For those leading change in New York City’s immigrant communities, the Immigrant Civic Leadership Program (ICLP) provides our city’s top talent with the resources they need to understand how to influence meaningful change and address complex challenges within their work.  In partnership with the New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC), Coro will provide ICLP participants with a deeper understanding of policy and decision making in the city, the skills to lead change in their organizations and communities, and a network of engaged and influential alumni to support them in reaching their goals.  All participants develop a Community Change Project that will strengthen their immigrant community so that the program impact goes beyond the training room. 

The Network:

ICLP connects participants to an accomplished community of City leaders, NYIC members and Coro alumni from all industries and sectors, who are dedicated to supporting one another and to improving the City in which we live and work.

The Knowledge:

ICLP uses Coro’s model of inquiry-based instruction to explore strategies for leveraging resources and developing partnerships. Participants can immediately apply the knowledge gained to their work and support their Community Change Project.

 The Skills:

 ICLP uses the City of New York as a classroom to explore and build effective leadership skills to adapt and thrive in challenging environments.

Approximately 20 organizational leaders and emerging changemakers whose work is focused on strengthening NYC immigrant communities are competitively selected to participate each year. 

Please consider applying for ICLP!  

The application deadline is Monday, June 13, 2016.

Visit www.coronewyork.org

to apply online and learn more about the program.




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2016 ICLP Brochure.pdf468.89 KB
2016 ICLP Calendar.pdf102.58 KB


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