Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer and Chelsea Manning are headed to Harvard.
Spicer and Manning, as well as Hillary Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook and Kansas City, Mo., Mayor Sylvester James, Jr., will serve as visiting fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School's Institute of Politics for the 2017-2018 academic year, the university announced Wednesday.
Spicer is the first White House press secretary and Manning the first transgender individual to serve as fellows, the Institute of Politics said.
"Broadening the range and depth of opportunity for students to hear from and engage with experts, leaders and policy shapers is a cornerstone of the Institute of Politics," Bill Delahunt, acting director of the Institute of Politics, said. "We welcome the breadth of thought-provoking viewpoints on race, gender, politics and the media."
Spicer served as White House press secretary before resigning in protest of former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci's hiring in July. His last day at the White House was Aug. 31.
Manning is a former Army private who leaked thousands of classified documents to WikiLeaks. She was convicted in 2013 for violating the Espionage Act, but former President Barack Obama commuted Manning's sentence. She was freed in May.
Spicer isn't the only visiting fellow at the Institute of Politics to have ties to Trump.
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and "Morning Joe" co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski were previously named visiting fellows.
The Institute of Politics visiting fellows will attend select events for students at Harvard.