Presentation on Careers at the Department of State - Ms. Elise Kleinwaks (Senior Diplomat)
The Federal and Global Fellows Office will be hosting Ms. Elise Kleinwaks (a senior U.S. Department of State official) again on Wednesday, February 22.

Ms. Kleinwaks plans to provide an introduction to careers at the U.S. Department of State and will go in-depth about both Foreign Service Officers and Civil Service positions; career tracks options; the Foreign Service Officer Test (FSOT); life as a Diplomat; job application process and tips.

You are encouraged to bring your HARD copy USAjobs resume (preferably, or another resume) along!

She will also be available to meet one-on-one with those interested to get specific questions answered.

Lunch will be provided.

Following is the program details:

Date: Wednesday, February 22
Location: Federal and Global Fellows Office, 2407 Marie Mount Hall
1 - One-on-One session opportunities (9:00am-11:30am)
2 - Lunch! (12:00-12:30pm)
3 - Presentation on Careers with State Department (12:30pm-1:30pm)
4 - One-on-One session opportunities (1:30pm-4:00pm)

Please RSVP below, and if you are interested in doing a one-on-one information session with Ms. Kleinwaks, limited slot are available. Please list multiple half-hour time slots (from 9:00am-11:30pm or 1:30-4:00pm) when you are available.

We will sent a confirmation email to you once/if we are able to confirm a slot for you.

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