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Apply For A Clinton Fellowship To India!


American India Foundation's William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service in India
India, various locations
Ten Months
Application Deadline: 
February 4, 2013
More information: www.aif.org


AIF's Fellowship offers the opportunity to capable candidates from India and the US to work on tangible and sustainable projects in the social and developmental sector in India. The Fellows are matched (on the basis of their interest and experience) with and placed at credible and high impact organizations in the social sector for a duration of 10 months where they will work on scalable and sustainable projects. The William J. Clinton Fellowship provides a prestigious platform to develop the skills, resources and the network needed to become the next generation of leaders with a social conscience. It also provides the opportunity for individuals to connect and learn from India's various and diverse cultures, people and geographies.

The Fellowship is fully funded, providing a living stipend and covering all costs associated with travel to the placement.


Eligibility: The Fellowship program welcomes diversity in the program whether you are a working professional looking to for a change to serve society, a recent graduate trying to establish your career, or a researcher looking for the opportunity to get hands on field experience. The applicant should:

  • be between 21 years - 34 years of age
  • have Indian citizenship, US citizenship or US permanent residency
  • have completed their Undergraduate/Bachelor's Degree before the start of the Fellowship on September 1, 2013

For further information and enquiries, please contact us at fellowship@aif.org. To learn more about our current Fellows and their field experiences, including Brandeis Alum Sriya Srikrishnan '12, visit http://www.aifclintonfellowship.org/blog/

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