Mission: Together with partners and supporters around the world, the Clinton Foundation helps people and communities build stronger, healthier, and more resilient futures.
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We believe that the best way to unlock human potential is through the power of creative collaboration. That's why we build partnerships between businesses, NGOs, governments, and individuals everywhere to work faster, leaner, and better; to find solutions that last; and to transform lives and communities from what they are today to what they can be, tomorrow.
Everywhere we go, we're trying to work ourselves out of a job. Whether it's improving global health, increasing opportunity for girls and women, reducing childhood obesity and preventable diseases, creating economic opportunity and growth, or helping communities address the effects of climate change, we keep score by the lives that are saved or improved.
What began as one man's drive to help people everywhere grew quickly into a foundation committed to helping people realize their full potential. Because the best thing we can do together is give others the chance to live their best life stories.
The Clinton Foundation is an operating foundation. The money raised by the Foundation is spent directly on our programs, and not as grants to other charitable organizations.
The majority of the Clinton Foundation’s charitable work is performed and implemented by our staff and partners on the ground. We operate programs around the world that have a significant impact in a wide range of issue areas, including economic development, climate change, health and wellness, and participation of girls and women.
In cases where we support others in their own philanthropic endeavors, the money is used to convene these partners to develop their programs and commitments, rather than directly implement projects.
Because of our work, more than 31,000 American schools are providing kids with healthy food choices in an effort to eradicate childhood obesity; more than 105,000 farmers in Malawi, Rwanda, and Tanzania are benefiting from climate-smart agronomic training, higher yields, and increased market access; more than 33,500 tons of greenhouse gas emissions are being reduced annually across the United States; over 450,000 people have been impacted through market opportunities created by social enterprises in Latin America, the Caribbean, and Asia; through the independent Clinton Health Access Initiative, 9.9 million people in more than 70 countries have access to CHAI-negotiated prices for HIV/AIDS medications; an estimated 85 million people in the U.S. will be reached through strategic health partnerships developed across industry sectors at both the local and national level; and members of the Clinton Global Initiative community have made more than 3,500 Commitments to Action, which have improved the lives of over 430 million people in more than 180 countries.
Most of our staff that supports our international initiatives live and work overseas. Your eligibility for benefits is dependent on your employment status. Many of our staff are local hires and as a result their benefits are based on the local labor laws of that country. Our ex-pat hires are eligible for the basic benefits related to Medical/Dental and Life Insurance, International SOS Insurance, assignment travel, home leave, etc. As candidates move through the screening and interviewing process, we will share more details about benefits.
I worked at Clinton Foundation full-time (More than 3 years)
-Great colleagues who care about their jobs and the purpose as much as you do.
-Benefits are great and pay fairly competitive, and actually fairly good when comparing against other nonprofits.
-Always busy but still able to have a life.
-Some middle management could use better training.
Advice to Management
-More clarity on organizational changes between leadership and staff.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Clinton Foundation (New York, NY) in August 2016.
first interview was with two persons, it was very detailed. the project coordinator explained about the project and they asked what made me a fit candidate for the program as well as other basic interview questions. they also asked about previous experiences. Second interview was more general, just wanted to get an idea of me and how I fit the program. Overall it was a good experience.
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