By MetroStar Systems
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
This official U.S. Department of State app is designed to educate those interested in careers in American diplomacy, or more specifically, diplomatic careers in the Foreign Service, and allow those who are unfamiliar with the Foreign Service to discover what it’s all about. The State Department’s Foreign Service employs U.S. citizens who are either Foreign Service Officers or Specialists. The Foreign Service Careers app explains and provides information on the five different Foreign Service Officer career tracks: Consular, Economic, Management, Public Diplomacy and Political, as well as the eight different Specialist areas: Administration, Construction Engineering, Facility Management Information Technology, International Information and English Language Programs, Medical and Health, Office Management and Security. In addition, aspiring diplomats can watch videos and learn about the experiences of State Department employees who have chosen this career, as well as take practice tests to help prepare for the Foreign Service Officer test (FSOT). Those who download DOSCareers can connect directly with a State Department recruiter. Just click on Attend An Event and you can find recruitment events close to your geographic location. Or contact a Diplomat in Residence (DIR) closest to your geographic location. DIRs are career U.S. diplomats who are located throughout the United States and are responsible for providing guidance and advice to students, professionals and the community about Department careers. You can even explore the day-to-day responsibilities of Foreign Service employees when you choose the Interactive Experience.
U.S. citizenship is required for all Foreign Service careers.
What's New in Version 2.15.6
The DOSCareers mobile app has expanded to provide a more inclusive scope of the career paths and internships opportunities that are available to U.S. citizens who want to live and work abroad or in Washington, DC.*
This updated version includes:
· Overview of Civil Service and how to apply
· Overview of available Internships and how to apply
· Expanded World Locations articles
· Details about the Consular Fellows Program for those with proficiency in Arabic, French, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish
· Updated processes for Foreign Service Officers, Specialists and Internships
· Fixes a crashing issue
*Please note the U.S. Department of State’s Passport Agencies and the Bureau of Diplomatic Security offer limited opportunities in select cities throughout the United States.
Some fragmented answers.
In Tech Set B, question 4, for example: The correct answer is actually Windows Explorer (also called Internet Explorer).
So in IE, type the URL from your local node as the root directory. Also available are other local nodes from I.e. And Windows Explorer, which is where My Computer is located. The Explorer is the correct answer. All else is navigated through it unless using a terminal or other means to navigate any and all files. I just think that the correct and full answer would be more appropriate with all the junk going around on our devices. I want us to be informed and secure.
Super helpful app
Exceeded my expectations. Videos, career track quiz, details on internships-this app is a one stop shop. I'm used to gov websites being outdated and difficult to navigate, but this one is current, easy, and anticipates your needs before you do. Well done. Thanks!
Easy to Follow
Provides detailed instructions and up to date information on Federal employment opportunities.
- Category: Education
- Updated: Oct 26, 2016
- Version: 2.15.6
- Size: 59.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: MetroStar Systems, Inc.
- © MetroStar Systems, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.