2019 Internship Sessions
Summer internship: June 3 to August 9
Application process ends: March 17th at 11:59pm
Please send an email with the department you are interested in working with. List the department(s) you’d like to apply for to [email protected]. Applicants need to submit a resume and cover letter.
Positions are available in the below areas:
- CGI U
The Development intern works with the Foundation's Development team to grow philanthropic support from individuals, corporations, and foundations that advances the mission and programs of the Clinton Foundation. The intern assists in the development and execution of fundraising strategies and programs that may include: individual giving, direct response, events, prospect research, donor relations/stewardship, database management, marketing communications, corporate sponsorships, and proposal writing. In addition to having exposure to all fundraising functions, the intern will work with leadership to determine and scope at least one significant project of mutual interest/priority. To view the position description, click here.
The Clinton Foundation Marketing & Digital Departments support the work of the Clinton Foundation community by featuring the impact of its work to new audiences through its many storytelling platforms. The Department is seeking interns with an eye for creative writing and design and experience in Adobe Photoshop, inDesign, Illustrator, and Premiere. Experience with professional photo/video cameras, media management, studio/field production also a plus. Candidates with any of these qualifications are encouraged to apply. Marketing interns will collaborate with the team to create strategic features, campaigns, and partnerships for the Foundation. To view the position description, click here.
Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI)’s Islands Energy Program partners with governments and utilities of small island nations to reduce fossil fuel consumption and assist the transition to a low-carbon economy – with the goal of replicating and scaling this model to significantly reduce the impacts of climate change. CCI also works with islands on post-disaster recovery and increasing resilience through the installation of solar and battery storage microgrids on critical facilities such as schools, clinics, and hospitals. CCI brings on-the-ground experience and convening power to solve unique energy challenges with our three-tiered approach: long-term energy planning, identifying and developing low-risk clean energy projects, and fostering knowledge exchange. CCI currently works with 12 island nations in the Caribbean and Indian Ocean regions to align key stakeholders on optimal energy solutions, to implement renewable energy projects, and to encourage capacity building and gender inclusivity. A core part of the latter component is the Women in Renewable Energy (WIRE) Network, launched by CCI and Chelsea Clinton to empower the next generation of women leaders in island nations. The WIRE Network is a professional development network comprised of a mentoring program and a digital platform with the mission to increase the number of women in leadership positions within the energy sector. To view the position description, click here.
The Communications (Press) Department interns support the work of our programs in telling the stories of those who are empowered by the Clinton Foundation. These interns will have the opportunity to work on a variety of communications functions, including drafting press releases and op-eds, compiling press clips, identifying media outlets and reporters, conducting research, and participating in other aspects of press outreach and communications. To view the position description, click here.
Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) brings together young leaders from around the world to develop innovative solutions to pressing global challenges. This person will provide assistance to both the External Affairs and Programs teams.
This position provides broad support to the CGI U platform, including general student and university communication, data management, application processing, and content creation. The CGI U Summer 2019 Intern must also become familiar with the broader operations of CGI U as both an organization and an event and be willing to help out on miscellaneous projects should they arise. To view the position description, click here.