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Friday, March 5, 2010

In the DC area? Got kids? This might be for you...

The Foreign Service Institute's (FSI) Transition Center is offering MQ914 Youth Security Overseas Seminar (for children in grades 6-12) in March.  Are you going overseas this summer?  If so, now is the time to make sure that your children are security conscious!  This one-day class is open to all foreign affairs agency eligible family members.

The course will help your children:
  • Identify safety and security issues and resources
  • Apply general safety and security rules to their lives overseas
Please note parents must be on campus while children attend class.

Contact FSITCTraining@state.gov for date/time/location of upcoming training, tuition rates, and enrollment process.

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