Foreign Service Opportunity School
2 days, $60
Many decisions relating to the United States and its interests are made by career Foreign Service Officers, not elected officials. Unfortunately, this means those decisions often are not truly representative of election results or U.S. interests.
The Foreign Service Opportunity School has prepared many conservatives to pass the U.S. Foreign Service exam and gain entry to the diplomatic corps. School faculty explain the complex testing process and teach you how you can improve your chances to become a professional Foreign Service officer. A heavy emphasis will also be placed on other careers in the field of international relations.
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Mon 28: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM EDT
Tue 29: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM EDT
This training is online.
$20.00 discount for early registration until 6/21/21
Your Cost: $40.00
Dr. Francis H. Dong maintains an active consultancy in strategic planning, adult education, training and development, finance, international business, management, and public policy. He interacts and consults with chief exe...
Tyler Herrmann is currently special counsel to Commissioners Donald Palmer and Christy McCormick of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission. Prior to joining the EAC, Tyler served in the administration of Ohio Governor Mik...
Pam Pryor has taught speech communication on the university level and been a television news anchor and reporter. After having her own radio talk show in Oklahoma City, she moved to Washington, DC where she served as Repre...