President Obama’s Mandela Washington Fellows pose with former President Jimmy Carter July 16 during a visit to The Carter Center. Carter met with the group of young African leaders and reflected upon in his organization’s work in Africa, while fielding questions from the 25 Fellows, representing 17 nations.
The group is spending six weeks at Clark Atlanta University (CAU), engaged in business and entrepreneurship coursework, complemented by an integrated program of leadership training, peer collaboration, experiential learning opportunities and community activities. This summer marks the second year CAU has served as a host institution for this program of the U.S. Department of State. For more information, visit the website: MandelaWashingtonFellowship.state.gov.
Clark Atlanta University is a private, coeducational four-year university located in the historic heart of Atlanta. It is one of the largest of the nation’s 37-member UNCF institutions and the only private historically black college or university designated by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as a Doctoral/ Research University.