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Tuesday, May 29, 2018
FLO Global Webinars: EFM Entrepreneurship Series,
FLO’s Global Employment Initiative (GEI)
invites you to watch the webinar,
Learn from Those Who’ve Gone Before: Photography & Design,
the final in our four-part EFM Entrepreneurship Series.
This series of webinars is designed to help aspiring EFM entrepreneurs
learn from EFMs who are successfully self-employed. Join us to learn from
this outstanding group of EFM business owners.
Are you looking for your next post? Do you need more details about life at post? PostInfo To Go from the Overseas Briefing Center (FSI/TC/OBC) offers you a wide array of insights and knowledge from posts worldwide. Don't have access to the State intranet? At the Overseas Briefing Center (OBC), we help U.S. Government employees and their family members prepare for an overseas assignment or a return home. We encourage you to explore our website and email us with questions and requests for additional information.
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The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) has released their annual list of colleges and universities that are still accepting applications from prospective freshmen or transfer students for the fall of 2018....
Applications for the 2018-2019
Professional Development Fellowship (PDF) program are due on Sunday, May 13.
Program details, application instructions, and the application form are
on the PDF webpage. Read the instructions BEFORE completing
The program is open to spouses and partners of direct-hire U.S.
government employees from all agencies serving overseas under Chief of
Mission authority. The fellowships assist spouses and partners with
maintaining, enhancing, and/or developing their professional skills.
Activities may include, but are not limited to, education and distance
learning through an accredited university, professional development,
obtaining or renewing certifications and licensures, and participation in
professional conferences. Fellowships from $1,000 up to $2,500 will be
offered on a reimbursable basis.