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I want to encourage someone who wants to have a global career but only has minimal experience… Or, someone who is starting their career a little later in life… We all have to start somewhere. And I don’t want you to give up. The other day, I spoke to a professor and she gave me […]

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A student came to me and asked how important it is to study a critical language. Here’s a brief background on the student: She is a senior studying international relations with a minor in communication. She has a 3.6 GPA. She would like to work for the Foreign Service. She hopes to be a Rangel […]

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After my semester studying in India, I wanted to find a career where I could get paid to travel, work with people from different countries and cultures, and make a difference. I’ve been so blessed, and I’m looking forward to a career in the Foreign Service.  Looking back, I can see how every job, internship, […]

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My experience as a Rangel Fellow was a dream. Seriously. I was awarded the 2017 Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship a week after the 2016 presidential election. I interviewed at the State Department on a Thursday. Right when I was about to log out of my work computer on Friday of that same […]

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Below is my story of how I landed in the International Affairs Career Field. My story will not look like yours and that is okay. Each path is different. If you want practical tips to pursue a career in international affairs, please check out How to Work in the International Career Field. First off, I […]

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I’m not rich, and my parents never had passports until this year. I got my first passport when I was 20.  Here’s how I was able to live and work in India, Spain, China, and Vietnam.  Study Abroad (2012) India has a special place in my heart. I lived there from January – April 2012. […]

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As of October 2018, I have interned and worked in the United States, India, Spain, China, and Vietnam. Truth be told, there are different ways to do this and there are many industries you can go into.  My biggest advice about pursuing a travel career? Have patience… Remember, nothing is going to happen overnight.  For […]

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If you are looking into graduate school and are considering a career in the U.S. Foreign Service, please consider the following fellowships. The Rangel, Pickering, and Payne fellowships are programs that aims to “attract outstanding young people” for careers in the Foreign Service. Rangel and Pickering fellows enter the Foreign Service through the U.S. State […]

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