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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Free 2-Day Summer Youth Program for Children Grades 2-12

Foreign affairs agency children in grades 2–12 are invited for two days of exploration into the world of diplomacy and realities of living overseas as an American. The young diplomat participants will also explore safety and security threats they might face overseas and identify resources to protect themselves. This course is highly interactive. Children are divided by age and all information is shared using age appropriate activities and details.

**Session attendance is limited. Register now to guarantee your preferred session**

Who May Attend: Open to all Foreign Affairs agency children in rising grades 2-12 (no exceptions)

PLEASE NOTE: A parent or guardian is required to be on campus. This youth course runs simultaneously to MQ911 Security Overseas Seminar. Parents are encouraged to register for MQ911.

Where and When: At the Foreign Service Institute, George P. Shultz National Foreign Affairs Training Center, Arlington, VA from 9:00am-4:00pm on July 13-14, July 20-21, July 27-28, August 3-4, and August 10-11.

How to Register: To register please email FSITCTraining@state.gov with all of the following information: which course offering you are interested in enrolling your children, the name of youth participant(s), rising grade levels, agency affiliation, and a preferred email contact.

Questions: For questions about this seminar please contact coordinators at FSITCTraining@state.gov.

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