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Fall 2013 Internship, Clinton Foundation
The Clinton Foundation — New York, NY
CLINTON FOUNDATION INTERNSHIP PROGRAM We offer different types of internships across our departments and initiatives. Strategy and research internships are available in health, climate/ environment, education, girls and women, market based approaches, response and reliance, and leadership. Additionally, we have internships available in communications, logistics/events, and technical fields. Visit our website for a complete listing of internship positions. Upon leaving office, President Clinton established the Clinton Foundation with the dual missions of constructing and endowing the Clinton Presidential Center and Park in Little Rock, Arkansas and continuing the work of his presidency to strengthen the capacity of people in the United States and throughout the world to meet the challenges of global interdependence. If you are an undergraduate, graduate or professional student or a recent graduate with your own strong interest in crucial issues of our day, the Clinton Foundation Intern Program offers a unique opportunity for growth, learning and meaningful service. We are looking for people who are dependable, enthusiastic, and professional. The Foundations offices are located in three cities: New York City, Little Rock, Arkansas and Boston, Massachusetts (The Boston office has a separate Volunteer Program, and manages the placement of volunteers in Boston and internationally). The Foundation has Intern Programs in two cities: Little Rock and New York. Little Rock focuses on Foundation business, the Presidential Library and the Clinton School of Public Service. In New York City we have three offices that all use interns: The Harlem Office is the personal office of the former President, the downtown Water Street office is where the Foundation work is determined and organized, and the mid-town office houses the Clinton Global Initiative operation. The intern semesters mirror that of the school year, with the spring term extending from late January through May, the summer term from June through August, and the fall from September through December. During the fall and spring sessions we require a minimum of 24 hours per week and in the summer we require 30 hours per week. Each location offers intern positions described in more detail below. No matter which branch of the Clinton Foundation you work in, you will experience some similarities between each of the programs: Hands-on experience: Interns have the responsibility of interacting directly with staff, volunteers, and Foundation stakeholders, in such activities as communications, development, and scheduling. Through firsthand experience you will learn how the Clinton Foundation functions on a daily basis, and assist with this process directly. Helping to accomplish the Clinton Foundations goal: In each intern class, we look for candidates who are diligent, resourceful, professional, and intellectually curious. We believe these qualities in our interns reinforce and bring us c