Info Session for Foreign Service Information Managers

** For IT Students Interested in International Careers **
Just like the rest of the world, America’s diplomats require modern technologies to do their jobs. The people providing these systems at U.S. Embassies around the world are called Foreign Service Information Managers. Information Managers handle the data, networks, and technical projects that support U.S. diplomatic facilities and activities abroad. If you’d like to be one of those people (or just want know more about the job and lifestyle), come to a presentation by State Department IT Recruiter Rich Bell and Diplomat in Residence Usha Pitts.

Students and professionals in the following fields are well suited for these positions:

  • Computer Science and Technology
  • Business: Information Systems, Management Assurances
  • Engineering: Computer, Electrical, Electronic Technology, Engineering science
  • Game design
  • Health information management/Health information technology
  • Mathematics
  • Telecommunications Technology

Venue:

Thursday, February 25 at 12:00 p.m.
Dean’s Conference Room (6th floor, Room 141)
North Academic Center, City College
Corner of West 137th St. and Amsterdam (Take 1 Train to 137th)
New York, NY 10031

More information:

http://www.careers.state.gov/work/foreign-service/specialist