Atlas Corps: Global Impact

by Atlas Corps
Atlas Corps: Global Impact
Atlas Corps: Global Impact
Atlas Corps: Global Impact
Atlas Corps: Global Impact
Atlas Corps: Global Impact
Atlas Corps: Global Impact
Atlas Corps: Global Impact
Atlas Corps: Global Impact
Atlas Corps: Global Impact
Atlas Corps: Global Impact

Project Report | Apr 22, 2022
April Showers bring....Atlas Corps Fellows!

By Abby Robinson | Chief Strategy Officer | Alumna Class 2 (USA)


Thank you! Your support is achieving results - we welcome Atlas Corps Class 45 on Monday! These dynamic leaders will start their Blended Fellowship from their home countries with the goal of transitioning to the United States. In addition, Atlas Corps Class 44 will start arriving to Washington, DC, this weekend! They started their Blended Fellowship in January and now are ready to complete the Fellowship in the United States.

Thank you! Your support helped Atlas Corps adapt our model during the pandemic to create this Blended Fellowship. You also helped launch our Virtual Leadershp Institute in 2020 - meet our growing community of virtual Scholars.

You are part of a growing community of 1,200 social change leaders from 112 countries! These dynamic individuals have made Atlas Corps part of their leadership journey as they continue to develop into dynamic local and global leaders.

Fellow Patricia (Brazil, Class 42 July 2021, Host: Girl Up) recently shared this reflection after our January Immersion focused on the theme of "developing self" in a blog post:

"Developing self is not a one-time, singular, or linear process....I’m taking it easier on myself for not having those answers to be on a constant or the evolution level of growth. I know where I’m heading to, what is important and valuable to me as a person and a professional, and I am being more mindful of where I am. I am also being more mindful and intentional about who is around me, the effect of my actions on me, my surrounding, and the imprint they leave behind. And where to go next? I don’t think there’s a single path or step I should take. I’m embracing everything that’s coming. That’s my leadership journey."

Thank you for supporting Patricia and our community of 1,200 professionals on their unique leadership journey. We look forward to seeing you all develop, inspire, and impact our world in positive ways.

You are Atlas Corps!



P.S. Speaking of support - are you interested in meeting our Fellows? Volunteer with Atlas Corps as a Local Ambassador! We are currently looking for volunteers in DC, NYC, and Chicago. Each Local Ambassador is paired with an incoming Fellow to show them fun things to do in the city, check in and offer any assistance or answer questions about housing, transportation, and food. Fill out our Volunteer Interest Form ( and we will get in touch with you! 



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Atlas Corps

Location: Washington, DC - USA
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @atlascorps
Project Leader:
Mary Paris
Washington , DC United States

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