Brazilian street beautificationPhoto by Wangũi Kamonji '13 in São Paulo

T”rough partnerships with a global network of some of the world’s leading institutions and organizations, which serve as internship hosts for Albright Fellows, the Institute encourages Fellows’ to be active change agents. Students participate in full-time internships outside of their country of origin, applying what they have learned in the classroom to gain hands-on experience. In so doing, they uphold Wellesley College’s motto, Non Ministrari sed Ministrare—not to be served but to serve. These relationships create a pipeline for women to become leaders at institutions worldwide.


• Clinton Foundation–New York, N.Y.
• Clinton Health Access Initiative–Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
• Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire (CERN)–Geneva, Switzerland
• Davis Projects for Peace–Karnataka, India
• Human Rights Education and Monitoring Center–Tbilisi, Georgia
• Joint U.S.-China Collaboration on Clean Energy–Shanghai, China
• Korea Institute for National Uni‰fication–Seoul, South Korea
• United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Paci‰c–Bangkok, ›Thailand
• U.S. State Department–Washington, D.C.
• African School for Excellence–Gauteng, South Africa
• Harvard School of Public Health, Malaria Research Lab–Boston, Mass.
• International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia–›The Hague, Netherlands
• International Finance Corporation–Washington, D.C.
• National Economic Council, ”The White House–Washington, D.C.
• BlackRock–New York, N.Y.
• Brookings Institution–Washington, D.C.
• Council on Foreign Relations–New York, N.Y.
• European Union Chamber of Commerce–Shanghai, China
• Grameen Bank–Dhaka, Bangladesh

Wintersession 2016
Tanner 2016
The 2016 Albright Fellows will give presentations about their summer intern work around the world at the Tanner Conference.