Atlas Corps - Act Local. Impact Global.

by Atlas Service Corps, Inc.


It is historical day at Atlas Corps!

First, we were featured in a great Washington Post article: "In the ‘reverse Peace Corps,’ future leaders from abroad hone their skills." The article captures the community that is Atlas Corps and highlights our Fellow, Monica Azner Diaz (Spain), who is sharing her social work skills providing outreach services to individuals at Washington, DC-based Miriam's Kitchen.

Second, we just placed five new Fellows for Class 19 (September 2015) in one day! This number is only the beginning. We are well on our way to record-breaking numbers for this upcoming class. Look forward to the full announcement in September.

Third, well, we will see what happens tomorrow....

These moments of organizational achievement happen because of YOU. Our network has played in instrumental role in supporting Atlas Corps since 2006. Thanks to your support, we have recruited inspired individuals to be Fellows, engaged with dynamic organizations to host these Fellows, and received the support we need to continue to grow our organization.

Today, our network is more than 300 Fellows from 70 countries who have served at 130 organizations. We know that are network will continue to grow with you support!

As we plan for Class 19's arrival in September, we invite you think of how you can invest in these emerging leaders. Your contribution will directly support the Fellows. Your gift of $20, $50, $100 provides the opportunity for one more global leader to more effectively inspire positive impact at home and aboard.

Thank you for being part of Atlas Corps! Thank you for supporting Atlas Corps Fellows!



Atlas Corps Class 18 Arrives in late May!
Atlas Corps Class 18 Arrives in late May!


Did you want to see the impact of your support to Atlas Corps? Meet Atlas Corps Class 18!

As you may have read in Scott's recent newsletter, we are excited to welcome our newest group of global leaders to Atlas Corps and our network of more than 300 Fellows from 70 countries. These Fellows will serve at some of the best organizations in the world, including the American Express Foundation, Ashoka, CARE, ChildFund International, Oxfam, Planned Parenthood, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Tahrir Insitute for Middle East Policy, Voice of America, Women's Entrepreneurship Day, and many more! Class 18 arrives as part of the Emerging Global Leaders Initiative(EGLI)-Atlas Corps Fellowship, which was launched by the White House at the Clinton Global Initiative 2014. 

These Fellows represent 14 different countries, including our first Fellows from Afghanistan and Cameroon.

Join us to welcome them at the Atlas Corps Class 18 Welcome Celebration: May 28, 6:00 PM, Washington, DC.

Thank for all the support that provides these inspired individuals that opportunity gain experience, build their networks, and to share their ideas through the Atlas Corps Fellowship. Together, we can inspire positive social impact at home and abroad.

We hope to see you on May 28! Best-



Class 17 Arrives in Washington DC!
Class 17 Arrives in Washington DC!


Today, we celebrate an important milestone that you helped us achieve: Atlas Corps Class 17 celebrates one month at their Host Organizations! These Fellows are part of the Emerging Global Leadership Initiative (EGLI)-Atlas Corps Fellowship, our partnership with the U.S. Department of State launched as part of President Obama's Stand with Civil Society Agenda.

About four weeks ago, these 23 inspired global leaders arrived in Washington, DC. They participated in a week of Orientation and a week of Immersion (our professional development series) with all of our Fellows in the United States. Then, our Fellows traveled to their Host Organizations to start their year of service. A few details about our newest Class of Fellows:

  • We sent our first Fellows to serve in Chicago, IL, at Heartland Alliance International.
  • We welcomed our first Fellows from the Palestinian Territories and Tunisia. 
  • We launched a new partnership with the U.S. Embassy in Jamaica.

Here is a reflection from Fellow Luther Jeke (Liberia, Host: Creative Associates International): 

"I am of the strong conviction that I made the right decision. I came here for a good purpose. The Atlas Corps experience is going to develop me personally and professionally. Personal development is all about progress. Motivation is key to on-going improvement and this is something I am going to gain from this fellowship. This change in pace in my life’s own little marathon will definitely inject that extra spark of energy and creativity in me. I encourage the young people of Liberia and other emerging countries to keep pushing through challenges and everything will work out...."

Thank you for supporting Luther and all of our Fellows as they develop personally and professionally as they "push through challenges" to achieve great things!

Save the Date: GlobalGiving Bonus Day Wednesday, March 18, 9:00 AM EDT  All donations matched at 30%, while matching funds are available. Support Atlas Corps Class 17 and our network of more than 300 Fellows from 70 countries!

Happy Holidays!

On behalf of Atlas Corps, we thank you for an amazing year. We started the year welcoming the largest cohort of Atlas Corps Fellows - Atlas Corps Class 14. Then, we ended the year being named as part of a White House Initiative. Amazing! We reflect on a remarkable 2014 with our annual Top 5 of 2014: Together, We Achieve Impact.

We also look ahead to 2015 as make plans to welcome Atlas Corps Class 17 in January. Look for the official announcement of the new cohort of Fellows next week!

As you reflect on 2014 and look forward to 2015, we encourage you to consider Atlas Corps in your planning. We invite you to make an impact by supporting an Atlas Corps Fellow. Your investment in Atlas Corps supports global leaders who are achieving impact today and into the future.

Thank you for inspiring impact! We wish you the happiest of holidays and we look forward to being in touch in 2015-

Scott Beale

(in case you are unable to see the graphic, here are our "Top 5 of 2014") 

Together, we achieve impact!

5. Signed 5-year lease for new headquarters at the Wonder Bread Factory in Washington, DC—an innovative space for international exchange.

4. Launched Atlas Corps English Teaching Fellowship in Colombia and engaged 45 Fellows.

3. Achieve more than 300 Fellows from 60 countries who have served at 130 Host Organizations.

2. Welcomed our first 2 Fellows from China—Darren (Host: Human Rights First) and Hulu (Host: Youth for Understanding USA). Atlas Corps has received applications from more than 130 countries.

1. Celebrated our 1st Presidential Announcement at the Clinton Global Initiative: Emerging Global Leaders Initiative-Atlas Corps Fellowship (a partnership with the State Department to engage 100 Fellows).

#GivingTuesday December 2
#GivingTuesday December 2



How do you make an impact? How do we make an impact? It is a question for each of us and for all of us. In one week (December 2), we will celebrate #GivingTuesday - a global movement to support innovative organizations around the world. It is an opportunity to continue inspiring impact by supporting our Atlas Corps Fellows. 


Your support achieves results! When Atlas Corps Alumni return to South Sudan, they bring shared knowledge and support one another to forward positive change. When Atlas Corps Fellows share their personal stories, they empower others with knowledge. When global convenings invite Fellows to participate, these emerging professionals gain skills that they can share at home. Together, we achieve impact!

Our Fellow, Ochuko Keyamo (Nigeria, Class 12, Host: GBCHealth), captured the opportunity of shared impact in her recent blog post on completing her Fellowship in the United States,

"...the Fellowship was life changing. I am indeed a better person now, I have grown so much and well equipped to face my world and bring about a positive change....I do not see this as a goodbye but rather an opportunity to work together in another platform. My world, my country awaits me to help bring the change that we seek, and life doesn’t get better by Chance but by Change."

Act local. Impact global. Support an Atlas Corps Fellow. 
(click to watch our special Fellow video)

Join our Fellows to make an impact! Thank you for your ongoing support-


P.S. I also want to say THANK YOU! As we near the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States, it is a great time to reflect on how each of us inspire positive impact in our world. You have had a positive impact on Atlas Corps. This Thanksgiving we celebrate you!


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Atlas Service Corps, Inc.

Location: Washington, DC - USA
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Project Leader:
Scott Beale
Washington, DC United States

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