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Wednesday, January 31, 2018
FSI Webinar: Teaching and Working in Education
Hosted by the Transition Center at the
Foreign Service Institute (FSI), this webinar will provide an overview of
teaching opportunities overseas, how to navigate the international hiring
system, and relevant licensing requirements.
When: Wednesday, March 14 8:00
a.m. – 9:15 a.m. EST and 6:00 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. EST
Who: Open to Foreign Affairs
agency employees and adult Eligible Family Members (EFMs)
How to Register: Department of State EFMs
register through the employee’s CDO/Training Officer or on FSI’s
intranet site (Course MQ709). EFMs from other agencies must submit
an SF-182 to FSIRegistrar@state.gov.
Prepare for the 2018 Spring/Summer EPAP Vacancy
In December, Secretary of State Rex
Tillerson announced an expansion of the Expanded Professional Associates
Program (EPAP). FLO anticipates that the new EPAP positions will be
advertised after posts and regional bureaus have determined which
positions will be filled. EFMs may wish to prepare their required
documentation now in anticipation of applying for positions that may open
at their post of assignment and for which they believe they are
Your application must specifically address both the education and
specialized experience requirements listed in the new EPAP Qualification
Standards. Your Global Employment Advisor (GEA) can provide
tips on preparing a federal resume; email GEI@state.gov.
To learn more, go to the EPAP webpage and refer to the following
Happy 2018 from your friends in the Family Liaison Office!
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