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Job of the Week:

State Department Student Intern
Foreign Service

Description
The U.S. Department of State is the lead foreign affairs agency formulating and implementing the President’s foreign policies and representing the interests of the United States throughout the world. The Department carries out this mission at over 250 embassies and consulates around the world, offices in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area and other locations in the United States.

Every year the Department of State hosts 2000 student interns during the spring, summer, and fall terms. About half serve in Washington, DC, and the other half serve in U.S. embassies and consulates around the world. Our internships are great opportunities to get an inside look into the Foreign Service, the positions and the responsibilities that are possible. Deadlines are early – November 1, 2011 for the summer 2012 program!

For full information please see careers.state.gov, where you can download this brochure about our internship program: http://careers.state.gov/uploads/3b/0f/3b0f315e5f0c1c0fd926893aa9dc1e25/4.0_Student_Intern_brochure.pdf.

You can also attend an information session offered by the Diplomat in Residence for the Pacific Northwest, who’ll be on the OSU campus October 7th in Career Services (B008 Kerr Administration Building). There will be an information session at noon and another at 5pm that day.

Location
Washington D.C.

Position Type
Internship – Paid, Internship – Unpaid
Desired Major(s)
All Majors
Desired Class Level(s)
Masters, Junior, Senior, Sophomore
Job Function
Management/Administration
Approximate Hours Per Week
40 hours over ten weeks
Contact Information
Employer: FOREIGN SERVICE
Name: Brooks Anne Robinson
E-mail: brooks.anne.robinson@gmail.com
Phone: 510/642-8125
Address: University of California, Berkeley
Career Center Room 212J
2111 Bancroft Way
Berkeley, CA
97420 United States
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