The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation and Atlas Corps announce the inaugural Cohort of the Hilton Humanitarian Prize Laureate Virtual Leadership Institute. The Cohort represents 22 of the 25 Prize Laureate organizations, and a diverse group of professionals based out of 24 countries, with expertise ranging from communications, to community health, monitoring and evaluation, among others. Hilton Prize Scholars are passionate about a variety of humanitarian issues spanning the needs of refugees and internally displaced people, women’s empowerment, quality and accessible health services, and beyond. Meet them at hiltonscholars.atlascorps.org.

Themes 

The Leadership Institute focuses on the three themes of developing self, developing others, and leading movements while also strengthening connections within the Hilton Humanitarian Prize Laureate community.

Format 

The Leadership Institute is organized into five online learning modules: Orientation, Developing Self, Developing Others, Leading Movements, Reflection Retreat. This seven-month online program for Hilton Humanitarian Prize Laureates includes keynote speakers, interactive workshops, self-led activities, discussion groups, and community-building activities with leading U.S. organizations and leaders. Hilton Prize Laureate Scholars will also work on an individual leadership project that benefits the Scholar’s current organization. In addition to engaging within our Laureate community, the Hilton Prize Laureate Scholars will become members of the broader Atlas Corps Community of more than 1,000 professionals from 105 countries!

To Learn More:
— To learn more about the Hilton Humanitarian prize, visit hiltonfoundation.org.
— To learn more about Atlas Corps Leadership Programs, visit apply.atlascorps.org.

Questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page. If your question isn’t answered there, please email hilton@atlascorps.org.