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Recruiting Organization: Atlas Corps

Want to meet the world's rising social change leaders and improve your interview skills right from the comfort of your own home?

Overview: Interviewers on the Atlas Corps Selection Board play a crucial role in interviewing and scoring applicants to help identify the world's top social change leaders for a 12 - 18 month professional fellowship in-person in the United States or remotely from their home-countries. Fellows serve full-time at Host Organizations to develop professional skills and learn effective leadership practices through the Global Leadership Lab. More information can be found here:

Impact: Designed for mission-driven individuals seeking social change, the Fellowship engages talented leaders who obtain additional professional development skills and have an even greater impact in communities around the world.

As an Interviewer, learn about social change leaders from all over the world and hear their unique stories, passion, and dedication to addressing enormous global challenges. At the same time, you can also benefit from this volunteer opportunity by enhancing your own interviewing skills.

Eligibility: Ideal interviewers on the Atlas Corps Selection Board are academics and professionals with experience in one or more of the Fellowship's thematic areas and an interest in global social change. Interviewers must have advanced proficiency in speaking, writing, and reading English.

For more information and to apply, visit:

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