Government work placements are a pivotal learning opportunity for the Coro Fellows each year. For future leaders eager to learn about public service, it’s an incredible opportunity to learn and connect with policy and governance experts. For placement hosts, it’s an opportunity to benefit from the dedicated skills of highly-motivated emerging leaders.
We’re grateful to this year’s government placement hosts:
- Alameda County Complete Count Committee
- San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department
- California Public Utilities Commission
- San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission
- Office of U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein
- Office of Governor Newsom
- San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
- San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART)
- San Jose Department of Transportation – Vision Zero
- California State Coastal Conservancy
- City & County of San Francisco – Office of the Controller
The highly-selective Fellows Program is a nine-month, full-time, graduate-level leadership training program. Fellows gain hands-on experience and develop an understanding of complex public issues, organizational analysis, collaborative communication, and problem solving.
Curious about the Fellows Program in Public Affairs? Learn more here.