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Incorporated in 1986 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, the Foundation for California is devoted to educating the public about the leading public policy issues in California, the Southwest and the nation through scholarly research and thoughtful discussion.The Foundation gathers together leading academics, scholars, industry leaders, legal authorities and other opinion leaders to bring critical policy matters to light in forum of civil discourse.
The Foundation’s primary purpose is the pursuit of knowledge in establishing a position as a leading contributor to the vibrant marketplace of ideas. It also sponsors student research and internships in government in state capitals and in Washington, D.C. While not exclusively limited to the Claremont Colleges, the Foundation has worked closely with Claremont students and faculty in a variety of capacities related to its mission.
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