Atlas Service Corps, Inc.

Our mission is to address critical social issues by developing leaders, strengthening organizations, and promoting innovation through an overseas fellowship of skilled professionals.
Jun 20, 2014

What is your one thing....

#Do1Thing - July 16, 2014
#Do1Thing - July 16, 2014

Hello!

What is the one thing you do to make the world better? Atlas Corps is a network of 290 Fellows from 60 countries who bring their "one thing" together to positively impact our world. Whether it's youth development in Latin America to environmental issues in Southeast Asia, Atlas Corps Fellows cross borders and cultures to bring all those skills together to achieve results! Our Class 15 Fellows just arrived in May and they are already achieving results: 

  • Arturo (Mexico, Host: Kids Good Basket) promotes community building by enhancing daily operations at this hunger relief organizations and engaging unique volunteer groups.
  • Trina (India, Host: American Express Foundation) promotes leadership development through a leadership academy that brings together dynamic leaders from across the world.
  • Darren (China, Host: Human Rights First) promotes LGBT issues by advocating for equality and dignity on a global scale. 


Now, Atlas Corps is asking YOU, our supporters, that question this summer during our #Do1Thing campaign. Are you ready to get involved? The campaign is a lead up to GlobalGiving Bonus Day on July 16, 2014. Bonus Day is a day when individual contributions to Atlas Corps will be matched at 50% on July 16, 2014. 
Will you become a Campaign Captain? This honor means that you commit to donating $10 on 7.16.2014, recruit 10 friends/family to donate $10, and send us your #Do1Thing photo.

Together, we can achieve our goal and collectively share with the world: What is the one thing you do to make the world better? (#Do1Thing)

We are especially looking to YOU to play a special role. We will be in touch with more details over the next few weeks. 

Thanks!

-Abby

P.S. Remember, mark July 16, 2014, on your calendars!

Apr 29, 2014

Today - We officially welcome Atlas Corps Class 15!

Arturo (Mexico) arrives in DC!
Arturo (Mexico) arrives in DC!
Hello!

Congratulations Class 15 - today is the first day of your Atlas Corps experience! We are excited to add our newest group of global leaders to Atlas Corps. And, yes, I said Class 15! Here they are:
How did Atlas Corps go from Classes 0 - 15 in just seven years? How do we become a network of 265 Fellows from 60 countries? It is about you and other inspiring individuals who are the “Atlas Corps Network.” We count on you for the support, which helped Atlas Corps achieve progressive growth in rapid succession. Here’s how it happened:
  • We grew from one class to three classes a year (January, May, and September).
  • We expanded from placing Fellows in one to two countries (United States and Colombia).
  • We extended recruitment from two countries to having placed Fellows from 60 countries (Class 15 includes our first Fellow from China) and we receive applicants from 130.
  • We increased the number of Host Organizations from 6 to more than 120 nonprofit, private, and government entities.
Of course, the numbers are only a fraction of the Atlas Corps story. We complete our story with the connections between people and organizations that happen because of these numbers. We look forward to hearing the stories of these Fellows as they share about the new connections that they make.

 

Thank you for supporting our Fellows and for believing in Atlas Corps-

Scott

P.S. Join us to welcome Atlas Corps Class 15 to Washington, DC, on Wednesday, May 7, at 6:00 PM at the office of the Human Rights Campaign. Details and RSVP at bit.ly/AtlasCorpsWelcomeClass15

 

P.P.S. Get Ready - Atlas Corps is preparing for GlobalGiving Bonus Day on July 16 - your contributions will be matched at 50%! So, mark your calendars and look forward to more details and highlights in the upcoming months.

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Feb 10, 2014

This year just became a lot more interesting

Assistant Secretary Ryan and Atlas Corps Fellows
Assistant Secretary Ryan and Atlas Corps Fellows

Hello!

2014 did become a lot more interesting with an unforgettable January! Our network is now 256 Fellows from 59 countries and 119 Host Organizations. We want to thank you for making this possible with your ongoing support!

 3 Highlights to inspire you for GlobalGiving Bonus Day:

  1. We welcomed 29 new Fellows as part of Class 14, the largest class of Atlas Corps Fellows EVER!
  2. Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs Evan Ryan, applauded Fellows during the Second Annual Professional Exchange Speaker Series at the State Department.
  3. We launched our new and improved logo! This logo enhancement came courtesy of our Alum Demetrio Spinola (Spain, Class 7, Host: Habitat for Humanity); just is one of the perks of having amazingly talented Fellows!

Remember to MARK YOUR CALENDAR for GlobalGiving Bonus Day, Wednesday, February 12 (30% match for all donations up to $1,000 per donor)

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