Clinton Foundation Internship



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Clinton Foundation Internship is open to current or rising undergraduate seniors, graduate students, and postgraduates who are in good academic standing. On some occasions, sophomores and juniors pursuing their undergraduate degree are also considered.

Internships cover five specific areas of the Foundation: Programs and Initiatives, Communications, Logistics, Technology, and the Clinton Presidential Center. Many internships are offered in each area, resulting in internships that will reach across the interests of many college students.

Students interested in applying for a summer internship may do so by completing an application, and indicating areas of interest as well as prioritizing departments of their choice through a short essay.

The Clinton Foundation and Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) office is located in midtown Manhattan just blocks away from Rockefeller Center and Central Park. Together, the Clinton Foundation and CGI house a large staff and more than 60 interns each semester. Summer internships give students an opportunity to enhance their skills, learn more about the workings of a national nonprofit, and explore New York City.

The Clinton Foundation was formed in 2002 after President Bill Clinton left the White House. The foundation is a nongovernmental organization that operates programs around the world that have a significant impact in a wide range of issue areas, including economic development, climate change, health and wellness, and participation of girls and women.

The location is usually in NEW YORK.



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