Overview

Clinton-Orfalea-Brittingham Fellowship

The Clinton-Orfalea-Brittingham Fellowship Program provides support for three to six recent graduates of USC's Gould School of Law, Marshall School of Business, and/or Price School of Public Policy to complete a one-year fellowship at the Clinton Foundation in New York. Fellows receive a stipend of $55,000 for the year and $1,000 in professional development. Fellowship awards (funded by the Orfalea Family Foundation and the Brittingham Family Foundation) support recipients' work at the Clinton Foundation, pursuing the organization's global and domestic initiatives. Fellows receive health benefits, to be determined as appropriate by the Clinton Foundation, acting as the host organization. Fellows will be assigned roles that require the ability to learn quickly and work hard, including long and irregular hours, often on issues outside of their area of expertise. Responsibilities range from providing quantitative and qualitative analytical support to developing strategies and policies for current and potential future initiatives and drafting presentations and in-depth memoranda for senior Clinton Foundation officials. Specific job assignments are made by the Clinton Foundation on the basis of each fellow's strengths and the Clinton Foundation's needs.