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Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Adult eligible family members (EFMs) in the Washington, D.C. area this fall are invited to attend the upcoming employment courses at the Foreign Service Institute (FSI) in Arlington, Virginia. The courses are designed for spouse/partners navigating both a career and a mobile lifestyle.
September 11 - Basics for Overseas Employment (MQ703)
October 21 - Employment Tools for Foreign Service Life (MQ704)
November 4 - Portable Careers: Employment Options (MQ706)
November 20 - International Development and NGOs: Employment Options (MQ705)
Courses are open to adult EFMs of all Foreign Affairs agencies (non-state tuition: $225.00). State Department EFMs can register through the employee’s CDO/Training Officer or by following the “Apply Now” link on each course page. All other agencies must submit a SF-182.
For questions email FSITCTraining@state.gov.