AIF’S William J. Clinton Fellowship 2017(India & US) (Download PDF)


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AIF Clinton Fellowship is conducted by American Indian Foundation and it gives an opportunity to skilled young Americans & Indian to work with NGOs in India for ten months. William J Clinton Fellowship service and fieldwork helps exchange technical skills, intellectual resources which in turn increases the capacity of Indian NGOs to continue their work. American leaders get a good understanding of India and Fellows gain knowledge of development on the ground in the fields of:


  • Education
  • Livelihoods
  • Public health
  • Human Rights

AIF Clinton Fellowship creates a community of socially engaged individuals who represent the leaders of tomorrow. Alumni of the fellowship program are leaders in various domains like international development, academia, business, journalism, entrepreneurship, public health and many other fields. 

  • The AIF Clinton Fellowship provides a platform to develop the skills, resources and the network needed to become an efficient and socially-minded leader.  
  • The application for the fellowship programme has already started on 24 October 2016 there will be a midpoint retreat in January 2017 and endpoint conference at the end of June 2017.

AIF Clinton Fellowship 2017-18 Reward

AIF Clinton Fellowship is fully funded and provides the following benefits:

For Indian Fellows 

  • Travel Cost: AIF provides domestic travel from their hometowns in India, insurance coverage
  • Living Expenses: A monthly stipend.

US Citizens

  • Travel Cost: AIF provides a roundtrip ticket from the USA to India, along with insurance coverage
  • Living Expenses: A monthly stipend.

Two weeks’ vacation time

  • Each Fellow receives up to two weeks of vacation time during the ten-month Fellowship, pending approval from the host organisation.
  • Fellows placed at host organisations with a Saturday workday receive 20 days vacation time.

Placements and Responsibilities of the Selected Fellows

  • Support AIF Partner Organisation: Fellows will support AIF partner organisations in meeting their human resource and project needs through training, skills-sharing and capacity-building.
  • Responsibilities of the fellows vary and are based on their skills, experience and interests. Typical projects support (but are not limited to) program design and implementation, monitoring & evaluation, creating business strategies, action research and communications. 

Conducted by: American Indian Foundation

Eligibility: Between 21 & 34 years

Last date for Application: Jan 16, 2017

- Published/Last Modified on: January 4, 2017

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