Career Development Services
Undergraduate students at the School of Foreign Service benefit from the assistance of the Career Education Center, which educates students for lifelong career management though a variety of services, including individualized consultations, workshops, job search tools, recruiting, and a speakers program.
The School of Foreign Service Graduate Career Development Center provides individualized career services exclusively for students in our six graduate programs. The center has a resource room with a job search library, internet access, and computer, copying, and fax facilities. It focuses on developing job search skills early in a graduate student's career. The center hosts employer information sessions and sponsors career fairs, some in cooperation with the School of Business and the Public Policy institute. A weekly bulletin keeps graduate students informed of upcoming events and an online database lists job openings and internships. the School also participates in activities sponsored by the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs.
Eric Pohlman '04
STIA Major Making a Difference in Africa
Like many SFS students, Eric Pohlman '04 joined the Peace Corps when he graduated. He served for two years in Cameroon as an agro-forestry volunteer. But unlike most of his peers, he stayed in Africa.read the complete article »