|Title||VP of Leadership Programs & Training|
|Employer||Coro Southern California|
1000 N. Alameda Street
Coro Southern California is looking for a VP of Leadership Programs and Training. This newly created role will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for leadership development programs at one of the nation’s premier civic leadership development organizations. We are growing rapidly and need a senior team member with a solid foundation of success as a program leader, facilitator, strategist and leadership development guru to lead our Program Team. The VP of Leadership Programs and Training will ensure the highest quality of program delivery, curriculum design and community impact through these programs. This is a great opportunity if you are ready to:
About Coro Southern California
Coro’s mission is to strengthen the democratic process by preparing individuals for effective and ethical civic leadership.
Our increasingly complex world requires leaders who can collaborate across sectors to address society’s greatest opportunities and challenges. Coro Southern California prepares individuals from diverse backgrounds to be these leaders.
Coro prepares diverse groups of individuals to deal creatively and effectively with the challenges of democratic governance, enabling them to make responsible decisions in the face of change and ambiguity. Found in every sector and in all professions Coro alumni create, govern and guide with extraordinary skill, vision and excellence.
Coro was founded in San Francisco in 1942 to train young veterans in the leadership skills necessary to assure that our democratic system of government could more effectively meet the needs of its citizens.
Since 1947, when the first program was delivered, Coro has grown to include Coro Centers in six cities, including San Francisco, Los Angeles (1957), St. Louis (1972), Kansas City (1975), New York (1980), and Pittsburgh (1999).
Between 300-400 participants a year go through Coro programs nationwide. At least 10,000 program alumni are currently serving as leaders in local, regional and national/global businesses, non-profit organizations, governmental agencies and elected public office.
Coro is a non-profit, non-partisan educational institute supported by foundations, corporations and individuals.
For more information visit corola.org
Reporting to the Executive Director, the VP of Leadership Programs and Training is responsible for managing our growing program portfolio, leading growth and execution of new programs and overseeing training quality and curriculum development for existing programs. The ideal candidate will be able to embrace our non-partisan approach to prepare individuals, diverse in thought and background, to be leaders. They will facilitate hands-on learning in public, private, and non-profit settings and in small-group seminars, and effectively synthesize Coro’s legacy training approaches combined with current best practices in leadership development.
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