Atlas Corps connects leading social change organizations with experienced changemakers from around the world for a yearlong fellowship designed to strengthen organizations, foster innovation and develop leaders. Currently, we seek potential Host Organizations to interview our amazing candidates for potential engagement starting in January, May, or September. Our current pool of finalists is our largest and most diverse in terms of professional skills, issue expertise, and geographic representation.
Learn more about becoming a Host Organization. Read the Atlas Corps Brochure!
Mikang has made a great contribution to PAI’s research team and the projects she has worked on. She is a bright, dedicated, and diligent team member. For example, during her time at PAI she has managed two projects, and relationships with grantees in three countries. She also acquired skills in budget monitoring and expenditure tracking, which she just shared in a successful half-day training for PAI staff that she co-organized and facilitated.
-Suzanna Dennis, Senior Research Associate, Population Action International
Scott Beale, The Founder and CEO
Scott Beale is the founder of Atlas Service Corps and an experienced social entrepreneur who has started three citizen sector organizations and helped... Read more..
Gbenga Ogunjimi, 29, Lagos Nigeria
Gbenga has ten years of experience in the nonprofit sector, where he has focused primarily on development. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in History and International... Read more..
Atlas Corps Partners
Atlas Corps Host Organizations and Partners include leading organizations in the U.S. and abroad. Below is a list of some of our current and past partners.. Read more..
Volunteer at Atlas Corps
Don't sit back wondering how you can make a difference. Lend a hand to this exciting, growing organization. Whether you have ten hours a week or ten hours a year... Read more..