Baltimore Corps Info Session

Carey is seeking three students to be awarded with Baltimore Corps Humanity Fellowship for the class of 2021. These fellows would join a cohort of Fellows who are selected as strong leaders and critical thinkers and have a vision and passion for social impact.

MISSION: To enlist talent to and advance a citywide agenda for equity and racial justice. Hear from Carey alums -- Shawn Gunaratne and Misha Isran -- along with current fellows first-hand to understand how the Fellowship works and why you should consider this option post-graduation. Understand how you can apply your experience and talents to accelerate social innovation in Baltimore while attaining a year of tailored professional development.

Our primary objective at Baltimore Corps is to build equitable talent pipelines into Baltimore's leadership, particularly throughout the social sector. Beyond building capacity in individual organizations, Baltimore Corps Fellows come together over the course of an intensive yearlong program designed to: - Increase understanding of equity and racial justice, and provide Fellows with the resources, training, and tools to better combat inequity and disrupt structural racism; - Support individual growth by providing customized opportunities and resources to support each Fellow's professional development; and - Create a lasting and collaborative network among Fellows and city leaders, as well as clear avenues to drive change during and after the Fellowship year.

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Audience: All Current Carey Students