By William Hagan William Hagan joined the U.S. Department of State as a Foreign Service Information Management Specialist (IMS) in 2004, serving mainly in Africa
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Get Inspiration from Six Short Videos of Successful FAIT Fellows Who Are Now Foreign Service SpecialistsFAIT Fellowship Staff2020-11-06T16:28:32-05:00
The first cohort of the Foreign Affairs IT Fellowship began their journey in 2017, graduated from their IT-related degree programs, completed the Fellowship, and accepted
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For college students who aspire to a technology career that makes a difference in the world, the Foreign Affairs Information Technology (FAIT) Fellowship, funded
The Foreign Affairs Information Technology (FAIT) Fellowship is not only a unique opportunity for highly qualified, diverse college students to receive academic funding, internships and
By a DOS Information Management Specialist During the last two years, the Bahamas have been hit by various tragedies. Last hurricane season (June-December), we faced
U.S. Department of State Opportunity for IT-Related Majors: Academic Funding, Internships and a Career in the Foreign ServiceFAIT Fellowship Staff2020-06-09T02:04:37-04:00
The Foreign Affairs IT (FAIT) Fellowship, called an “opportunity of a lifetime” by past FAIT Fellows, is a U.S. Department of State program that
Washington (June 2, 2020) - Tom Temin, host of the radio show The Federal Drive, recently interviewed The Washington Center and the Department of State