Atlas Corps: Support Fellows (#BecomeASuperhero)

by Atlas Corps
Atlas Corps: Support Fellows (#BecomeASuperhero)
Atlas Corps: Support Fellows (#BecomeASuperhero)
Atlas Corps: Support Fellows (#BecomeASuperhero)
Atlas Corps: Support Fellows (#BecomeASuperhero)
Atlas Corps: Support Fellows (#BecomeASuperhero)
Atlas Corps: Support Fellows (#BecomeASuperhero)
Atlas Corps: Support Fellows (#BecomeASuperhero)
Atlas Corps: Support Fellows (#BecomeASuperhero)

Project Report | Oct 23, 2020
Gratitude and a special invitation...

By Abby Robinson | Chief Development & Engagement Officer (Alumnae)


How are you today? On behalf of Atlas Corps, I want to extend our appreciation. Your support for our Fellow Support campaign has been invaluable to supporting our Fellows, as well as our entire organization, over these months. Today, we would like to take a moment to celebrate a few highlights and to extend a special invitation.

First, the highlights... 

  • In November, we welcome Atlas Corps Class 40, a “Blended Class” where Fellows will serve remotely and then come in-person when it is safe to be in the U.S. 
  • In November, we also launch our Virtual Leadership Institute - an online learning community for global social change leaders..

Second, the invitation….

Join us for the Atlas Corps Global Impact Gala on December 16th 12pm ET  We will convene our global network for a virtual celebration of the collective impact of our extended Atlas Corps network. We will be joined by Fellows, Alumni, Host Organizations and friends and supporters from around the world. We will also honor former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright with the Global Changemaker Award! You can contribute as inspired, and we will follow-up with details to join us. More info at: 

Atlas Corps Fellow Karam (Class 36, Host: Microsoft) expresses our sentiment best:

"Changes usually start with one person; Atlas Corps gives young leaders the tools to start their journey to change their small world and go from there to change the world at large. Your support is essential to helping these young leaders on their journey." 

Thank you for believing in superheroes AND thank you for becoming a superhero! Thank you for inspiring change and supporting Atlas Corps!



P.S. We are accepting nominations for the Alumni Changemaker Award honoree, to be recognized alongside former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright during the Gala. Do you know an all-star Atlas Corps Alum? Nominations due November 2nd at


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Atlas Corps

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

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