The Clinton School graduated its 11th class in May 2017. The school’s Master of Public Service degree program has now graduated over 300 students since its inaugural class in 2006.
The school boasts a 90-percent graduation rate, with alumni landing jobs in global organizations such as the World Bank, Walmart Foundation, and Starbucks corporate offices; federal organizations such as the United States Department of State, the U.S. Department of Energy, and FEMA; and many highly-respected domestic and international service organizations in the fields of education, environment, immigration, health care, and legal services.
Since the Clinton School Speaker Series began in 2006, the school has hosted more than 1,200 public programs featuring leaders in government, politics, business, foreign policy, journalism, and philanthropy. These programs have drawn more than 200,000 attendees, and have been viewed online by over 500,000 people in 200 countries and territories. The series has featured 45 ambassadors, 23 Pulitzer Prize winners, 12 heads of state, and seven Nobel Prize winners.
More than 17,000 people attended nearly 100 Clinton School Speaker Series programs in 2017 – all free and open to the public.
All Clinton School Speaker Series programs can also be viewed free online.
Through the Clinton School’s unique Master of Public Service degree program, its students have completed nearly 300,000 hours of direct field service work in over 850 projects with more than 500 public service organizations.
The Clinton School will launch its new online degree program, the Executive Master of Public Service, in March 2018.
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