- Alliance for a Healthier Generation
- CGI UNIVERSITY
- Clinton Health Matters Initiative
- Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock
- Foreign Policy
- Information Technology
- office of the ceo
- Office of the Vice Chair
Alliance for a Healthier Generation
The Alliance for a Healthier Generation Marketing and Programmatic intern will support the Alliance’s marketing and programmatic teams (Healthy Schools Program, Healthy Out-of-School Time Initiative, and Strategic Alliances). The intern will help tell the story of the Alliance’s work through research, media monitoring, and social media support to develop and expand programming for the Healthy Schools and Communities Program, and further the Industry Initiative via research.
CGI University (CGI U) was established by President Clinton in 2007 to engage the next generation of leaders on college campuses around the world. Each year, CGI U hosts a meeting where students, university representatives, and topic experts gather to discuss and develop innovative solutions to pressing global challenges through CGI U Commitments to Action: new, specific, and measurable initiatives that will make a real impact. The CGI U Interns will develop outreach strategies and build relationships with students, youth organizations, and university administrators to promote the goals of CGI U. They will conduct outreach through social media, email, phone, and webinar platforms. They will manage relationships with existing CGI U commitment-makers, mentors, and campus representatives. The interns will also review applications for the CGI U meeting, develop resources to strengthen CGI U commitments, and assist with showcasing commitments through various CGI platforms.
Clinton Health Matters Initiative
The Clinton Health Matters Initiative (CHMI) intern supports the CHMI team in improving the health and well-being of all people by activating individuals, communities, and organizations to make meaningful contributions to the health of others. CHMI gives interns the opportunity to gain the skills and knowledge necessary to be successful in a number of different health issues. In the past, interns have supported regional directors in Community Health Transformation Projects, aided in the development and evaluation of the National Health projects, and helped plan the Health Matters Annual Activation Summit. Interns should come in with strong writing, research, and critical thinking skills, as well as the capacity to work well in both individual and team-based projects.
Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock
The Admissions Department works in both an external facing and internal capacity. The Admissions intern will assist with processing general and school admissions at the Clinton Presidential Center. The intern will also be tasked with greeting customers and assisting the department manager in display designs. The intern will also assist the department manager in data entry, tour groups, and account receivables.
The Communications Department serves as the Clinton Presidential Center’s public relations and advertising “agency” and supports the various other departments of the Clinton Foundation. The Communications Department manages earned and paid media strategy as well as traditional and digital communications channels. Interns in the Communications Department assist staff with creative asset development, research, writing, and myriad other special projects.
The Development Department is responsible for developing, organizing, managing, and implementing the Clinton Presidential Center’s fundraising strategic plan. Interns in the Development Department will assist staff with researching potential grants and funding sources, proposal writing, organizing donor events, and other fundraising activities.
Under the direction of the Educational Programs Manager and Education Associates, the Education intern will help plan, develop, and implement education programs, events, and tours planned for the educational community. S/he will research relevant information, help develop and distribute materials, and coordinate culinary camp activities during culinary camps.
The Clinton Presidential Center Department of Food, Beverage, and Events intern(s) will be assisting with a range of tasks including, but not limited to, answering and making informative phone calls, scheduling appointments, creating invoices, general office duties, and basic client correspondence. S/he may also be asked to conduct research on new event trends and associated costs, both locally and nationally, as well as compilation of said data into reliable working documents for department use.
The department schedules and executes well over 300 events per year for myriad clients and our intern will assist in client relations as well as learn event management skills while a member of the team.
The Communications (Press) Department interns work across the Foundation, helping support the work of all initiatives and telling the stories of the people being empowered by the Clinton Foundation. These interns will have the opportunity to work on a variety of communications functions including drafting press releases and articles; pitching stories to local, national, and international media; identifying important media outlets and reporters; managing press inquiries and invitations; conducting research; brainstorming social opportunities; collaborating on features about CGI members; and participating in many other aspects of press outreach and communications.
Correspondence Department interns play a central role in ensuring that the high volume of correspondence requests President Clinton and the Clinton Foundation receive each month are fulfilled efficiently and with care. The Correspondence team is based out of President Clinton’s Harlem office, and produces a variety of written materials on behalf of the Foundation and its leadership. Applicants should be strong writers with good judgment and a sharp eye for detail. Experience drafting constituent correspondence and with correspondence databases (including and similar to Intranet Quorum) are both a big plus.
The Development Department intern helps support raising the necessary resources to fund the Foundation’s core operations and programs. Interns help five core teams: Events, Annual Giving, Research, Digital/Direct Mail, and our young professional program, Clinton Foundation 20/30. They have the opportunity to participate in event planning, prospecting projects, and creatively collaborate to discover other revenue streams.
The Foreign Policy interns develop a deep understanding of global affairs by working closely with the Foreign Policy team to conduct research and analyses, draft briefing memos, and produce reports on foreign policy issues relevant to the Foundation’s programs and initiatives.
The Haiti team’s programs focus on promoting economic development and job creation in Haiti. The Haiti team intern will assist and support the Haiti team in various capacities, including completing research projects and written analysis to support in-country programs and activities; writing briefs and memos for staff, principals, external stakeholders and partners; and attending Haiti team meetings with both internal and external stakeholders.
Information Technology (IT) interns learn how the Foundation's IT team provides technology-based solutions and supports the organizational development of our global offices. The IT team seeks interns who are passionate about organizational development, event technology, and nonprofit operations. On a daily basis, interns gain hands-on experience in managing internal communications, scoping and deploying enterprise software solutions, and training, testing, and troubleshooting various software platforms.
The Clinton Foundation Marketing Department is responsible for representing the values, vision, and brand identity of the Foundation in all external-facing content, including events, print collateral, digital media, multimedia, and other communications channels. Marketing interns will collaborate with the team to create materials, develop campaigns, and execute strategic outreach to a variety of audiences, including donors, partners, and the general public.
The Graphic Design intern is a valuable member of the Marketing team, assisting with the development and monitoring of the Foundation brand; planning and implementing design for print, web, and social media; and researching design best practices. An eye for detail and overall communication skills are central to the intern role.
The Clinton Foundation Metrics team works with all Foundation initiatives to support efforts to measure impact, and to facilitate knowledge management and collaboration across the organization. The Metrics intern will research evaluation methods and track emerging measurement trends to improve the initiatives’ data management, analysis, and storytelling efforts. The intern may also assist in compiling information and research for Foundation briefings and memos.
Office of the CEO
The CEO intern is a vital team member who will assist with operations in the Office of the CEO. The intern will help manage the CEO’s daily activities, coordinate event planning, and liaise internally and externally to assist the CEO to manage and maximize the value of the Foundation. The intern will also have the opportunity to collaborate with an assigned mentor while developing professional skills in a high visibility role. Applicants should be strong writers with an exceptional eye for detail and robust communication skills.
Office of the Vice Chair
The Office of the Vice Chair internship is an opportunity to liaise with all Foundation initiatives and gain a broad understanding of how they work both independently and together to have greater and lasting impact. The intern is a valuable part of a small team and can expect to work on a wide range of research and writing based assignments such as reviewing invitations, drafting supplemental briefing materials, and maintaining office databases. Strong writing, research, attention to detail, and overall communication skills are critical to the intern role.
Scheduling interns will have the opportunity to learn about the logistical aspects of the scheduling process. Interns will assist/shadow employees who engage in memo writing, correspondence with high-level aides and the general public, upkeep of department records, and managing scheduling requests.