Nov. 1st Deadline, State Dept. Internships (fwd)
rroth at u.washington.edu
Tue Oct 30 10:47:51 PST 2001
Interested in a career in foreign affairs? Would you like to gain valuable
work experience with a foreign affairs agency?
November 1st is the deadline for applying for U. S. Department of State
Summer Internships. A completed application package, including all
attachments and required copies, must be postmarked by November 1st in order
to be considered.
Applications consist of:
- completed application form
- one-page Statement of Interest
- official or unofficial transcript
The U. S. Department of State is the official international relations arm of
the President of the United States. The Department is responsible for
formulating, implementing and supporting U. S. foreign policy, assisting U.
S. citizens abroad and managing the human and material resources that
provide the platform for U. S. foreign policy.
The Department manages several student employment programs for students to
get experience in a foreign affairs environment through first-hand
knowledge. Some interns work in Washington, D.C., and others have the
opportunity to work at an embassy overseas. Positions are both paid and
Application booklets are available at the Center for Career Services, 134
Mary Gates, and at the Jackson School of International Studies, 208 Thomson.
Application materials can also be downloaded from the U. S. Department of
State's internship web site:
Susan J. Templeton, Career Counselor
University of Washington, Center for Career Services
134 Mary Gates Hall, Box 352810
Seattle, WA 98195
stemplet at u.washington.edu
phone: (206) 543-0535; fax: (206) 616-4863
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