Pascale International Fellows Program at the Clinton Foundation
Established in 2005 by President Bill Clinton, the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) convenes global leaders to devise and implement innovative solutions to some of the world's most pressing challenges.
Each year, one Pascale International Fellow will be chosen from McGill University and one from Yale College. The Pascale International Fellow will work full-time with the CGI on its outreach efforts, partnership opportunities, special projects, extensive research support, and project management from May 22 to the end of September.
As part of their experience, the Pascale International Fellows will visit McGill, Yale and the William Jefferson Clinton Foundation, Presidential Library and School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Thanks to the generosity of James Pascale and Joseph K. Pascale, the fellow will receive a stipend to assist with summer expenses; the stipend is $6,000 for summer 2013.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Wednesday, January 21st, 2015, 12pm (EST) - Late applications will not be accepted
Unsuccessful fellowship applicants who have been offered an internship without funding at the Clinton Foundation will be eligible for the McGill University International Internship Award, provided they meet the requirements for the award. For more information click here.
Click here to access the slideshow for the 2013 information session.
Photos from the 2010 Information Session, when representatives from the Clinton Foundation visited McGill to discuss this opportunity with students.