Claremont Review of Books
The flagship publication of the Claremont Institute offers bold arguments for a reinvigorated conservatism, which draws upon the timeless principles of the American Founding and applies them to the moral and political problems we face today. Published quarterly.
Salvatori Center for the American Constitution
The Salvatori Center for the American Constitution is named for one of the Claremont Institute's original and most loyal supporters, Henry Salvatori. His deep and abiding love of America's original principles and noble history helped focus the Center's mission: the promotion of honest and patriotic scholarship about America at all levels of our educational system.
Publius Fellowships: A Program of the Salvatori Center
The Publius Fellows Program is an intensive two week summer course in political philosophy and journalism designed for undergraduate seniors, recent graduates, and graduate students who will become the next generation's top journalists, academics, and public policy professionals.
The Lincoln Fellows Program is an intensive one week summer course in political philosophy and American politics. The Lincoln Fellowship is meant for professionals already working in policy and politics who seek a deeper understanding of the principles that ought to guide them in their work. The fellowship is named in honor of the statesmanship of Abraham Lincoln—especially his conviction that free government is only possible if it recognizes and protects the equal, natural rights of all human beings.
John Marshall Fellowships
The John Marshall Fellowship is seven days of intensive seminars in American political thought and jurisprudence for elite law students preparing to clerk for the federal bench. During the program, John Marshall Fellows learn about and discuss the political philosophy of the American Founding, Abraham Lincoln, the Civil War, Progressivism, modern Liberalism and Conservatism—focusing specifically on the origins and development of American constitutional jurisprudence and the role of statesmen and judges in shaping its meaning for the regime.
Americans for Victory Over Terrorism
AVOT is dedicated to victory in the War on Terrorism. Through the shaping of public opinion, the encouragement of a foreign policy based on the founding principles of America, increased research about Islam and Islamism, and a steadfast commitment to attacking those who would blame America first and defending those who wouldn't, AVOT will work toward victory in this first great war of the 21st century.
Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence
The Claremont Institute formed the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence, a public interest law firm, in order to further its mission through strategic litigation. Litigation is both a means of protecting the rights of injured parties, and a means of education.
Internship Opportunities with the Claremont Institute
Each year, the Claremont Institute hosts a number of ambitious college students with semester-long Fall and Spring internships at our office in Claremont, California.