In 2010, the Center published a compendium of essays by its scholars titled, "Community Philanthropy: Strategies for Impacting Vulnerable Populations."
This compendium, Community Philanthropy: Strategies for Impacting Vulnerable Populations, is a relevant resource for the field of philanthropy and for communities of all kinds. It also serves as a key tool for the students and faculty of the Clinton School, allowing them to benefit from the thought-provoking knowledge shared by seasoned practitioners who keenly observe how communities effectively address the challenges faced by their most vulnerable members. Our curriculum stands apart from that of many comparable programs due to its heavy emphasis on field service in addition to classroom learning. Our students spend much of their time participating in public service projects, ranging from local work in the Mississippi River Delta to international initiatives in locations across the globe.
The Clinton School Speaker Series not only enhances the education of Clinton School students, but also provides a venue for the public to engage in intellectual discussions on the issues of the day.