Atlas Corps Host Organization Spotlight of the Month: IPPF

As a way to promote the incredible work our Host Organizations are doing and to spread the word of the substantial impact Atlas Corps Fellows have on their teams, we are sharing a short feature on IPPF and their experience with Atlas Corps.

Host Organization: IPPF

IPPF is committed to leading a locally owned, globally connected civil society movement that provides and enables services and champions sexual and reproductive health and rights for all, especially the underserved.

Fellow: Genesis Luigi (Venezuela, Class 24)

Meet Atlas Corps Leaders from Sudan Pushing for International Development

In 2016, Atlas Corps partnered with the USAID under the Towards Enduring Peace in Sudan (TEPS) initiative (implemented by AECOM) to enable three emerging social leaders from Sudan to come to the US as a part of the established Atlas Corps Fellowship–a 12- to 18-month professional exchange program designed to develop social change leaders, strengthen organizations, and promote innovation.

In 2018, Atlas Corps is focused on empowering emerging female professionals. Meet the three women leaders from Sudan and find out how they are creating change not just in Sudan but globally.

 

 

Atlas Corps Fellows pushing for the rights of women and girls globally

Find out about some inspiring Atlas Corps Fellows who are doing incredible work to empower all women and girls across the world. They are focusing on bringing gender-based issues to the forefront.
 
With global momentum behind women’s equality and gender parity movements, Atlas Corps continues its commitment to empowering global women.

Adelide Mutinda (Class 25, Kenya) writes,

Atlas Corps Host Organization Spotlight of the Month: Spark

As a way to promote the incredible work our Host Organizations are doing and to spread word of the substantial impact Atlas Corps Fellows have on their teams, we are sharing a short feature on Spark and their experience with Atlas Corps.

Host Organization: Spark

Spark seeks to advance gender equality by engaging the next generation in accessible forms of philanthropy.

 

Fellow: Marina Bulavskaia (Russia, Class 23)

Support inclusion, diversity, peace, and global change leaders with Atlas Corps

As we approach the end of year 2017, Scott Beale, Founder & CEO, Atlas Corps pens down a powerful letter about the Atlas Corps community who are working for the vision of building bridges across the world.

For those too busy for the full story, this is Atlas Corps in <100 words:  It has been an inspiring, yet challenging year. We’ve grown Atlas Corps 40% (from 70 Fellows to 97), expanded from 3-classes a year, to 5-classes, and our 600+ community of Fellows and Alumni are impacting thousands of people around the world. Yet, we’ve been hit hard by cuts in government funding and unexpected expenses. If you believe in global engagement and if you want to support diverse social change leaders, then please invest in Atlas Corps today. Two-thirds of our budget comes from Host Organizations, which means 100% of your support goes directly to Fellows.

Atlas Corps Host Organization Spotlight of the Month: Nestle’

Nestle- Atlas Corps PartnerAs a way to promote the incredible work our Host Organizations are doing and to spread the word of the substantial impact Atlas Corps Fellows have on their teams, we are sharing a short feature on Nestle and its experience with Atlas Corps.

Host Organization: Nestle Corporate Communications

Nestle’s purpose is to enhance the quality of life and to contribute to a healthier future. Corporate Communications works to bring this purpose to life by connecting with Americans on a daily basis to represent their voice, and to tell stories about the people, places, products, and pets that make Nestle who it is today.

Atlas Corps Host Organization Spotlight of the Month: BroadFutures

As a way to promote the incredible work our Host Organizations are doing and to spread word of the substantial impact Atlas Corps Fellows have on their teams, we are sharing a short feature on BroadFutures and their experience with Atlas Corps.

Host Organization: BroadFutures

BroadFutures seeks to enhance the inherent potential of young adults with learning disabilities through partnerships that foster independence, self-advocacy and successful employment.

 

 

Fellow: Nyasha Frank (Zimbabwe, Class 23)

Atlas Corps Host Organization Spotlight of the Month: DC SCORES

As a way to spread word of the substantial impact Atlas Corps Fellows have on our Host Organizations, we are sharing a short feature of DC SCORES and their experience with Atlas Corps.

Host Organization: DC SCORES
DC SCORES goes where kids in need are and creates neighborhood teams that give kids the confidence and skills to succeed on the playing field, in the classroom, and in life.

Atlas Corps CEO Scott Beale Recognized Amongst Top Nonprofit Leaders

Washington D.C. (August 2, 2017)Atlas Corps Founder and CEO, Scott Beale, for the second year running, received the distinct honor of being named to the “Power & Influence Top 50 2017” by The NonProfit Times.

The list, in its 20th year, annually honors the nonprofit sector’s most influential leaders. This recognition is an organizational milestone that acknowledges the achievements that Scott and Atlas Corps have made within the sector through the innovative use of long-term professional exchange. It is a recognition especially significant as Atlas Corps embarks on an exciting new expansion on both domestic and international fronts.

Indian American Philanthropist Inspires Atlas Corps Fellows: Beginnings, Being, and Becoming

 

Washington, DC (May 25, 2017) – Excerpts from the Atlas Corps Class 24 Welcome Event keynote address by Frank Islam. You can view additional media coverage at the Business Standard and on this Facebook Live video.

Thank you for that kind introduction.Thank you for your warm welcome. I would like to take this opportunity to thanks Scott Beale for his leadership and for inviting me to address you today. I have been invited to be with you Atlas Fellows today to share some thoughts regarding my journey and your journey.  And, I will do so.