We now know what Jeb Bush is going to do instead of being President of the United States, at least for the short term. He’s going to be a fellow at Harvard’s Kennedy School.

The Harvard Crimson reports:

Jeb Bush to Join Kennedy School as Visiting Fellow this Fall

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush will join the Kennedy School of Government as a visiting fellow in the Program on Education Policy and Governance this fall, according to a Tuesday announcement. Bush, a favorite of Harvard’s undergraduate conservatives, campaigned for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination before suspending his campaign in February.

Bush will bring his experience as chairman of the Foundation for Excellence in Education to the Kennedy School fellowship. The foundation strives to “build an American education system that equips every child to achieve his or her God-given potential,” according to its website.

According to a Kennedy School press release, Bush will make several multi-day visits to Harvard over the course of the fall semester. During those visits, he will serve as a guest lecturer in the course, “The Political Economy of the School,” which is co-taught by Government professor Paul E. Peterson and Louisiana State Superintendent of Education John White, who is also a visitor to the Program on Education Policy and Governance this fall.