To non-profit organizations in Atlanta,
Please join us on Wednesday, September 14, to meet Atlas Corps ( Protected content ). Learn how this innovative model can benefit your organization by finding skilled international professionals to join your team for 12 to 18 months. These talented "Fellows" can build organizational capacity, diversify your team, and increase program outputs!
Atlas Corps Info Breakfast
Wednesday, September 14, 8: Protected content AM
Emory University's Briarcliff Campus
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Briarcliff Building A; Room Protected content through Protected content
Atlanta, GA Protected content
Please RSVP by September 12 at Protected content
"The Atlas Corps model of professional exchange is one of the most innovative exchange programs....It provides terrific partnership opportunities, from which all parties gain.”
-Maura Harty, President & CEO of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Make a Wish Foundation
Questions? Contact: Aparna Kothary, Program Director, Protected content , 202.736.5714
Look forward to seeing you there!
Atlas Service Corps, Inc.
Atlas Corps ( Protected content ), founded in Protected content , seeks organizations to host nonprofit leaders from overseas in a 12 to 18 month direct service fellowship. All Fellows have 2 to 10 years of experience, bachelors or graduate degrees, and are fluent in English. Host Organizations provide a cost share that supports 70% of the overall Fellowship expenses. Atlas Corps handles all logistics including travel, J-1 visa, health care, living stipend, and orientation. Atlas Corps generally partners with nonprofit organizations, though this opportunity is also open to socially-responsible corporations and government agencies. Atlas Corps Fellows serve at organizations such as Ashoka, CentroNia, Global Citizen Network, Grameen Foundation, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, and U.S. Peace Corps. In March Protected content , Atlas Corps will have engaged Protected content nonprofit leaders from 29 countries as Atlas Corps Fellows.