Foreign Service Officer Test Informational

Diplomat in Residence John C. Roberts will host a joint Foreign Service Officer Test Informational to anyone planning on taking the FSOT in February  or in the near future. The first hour will be for those planning on taking the exam, the remaining session will be an Oral Assessment Informational for those who have already passed or taken the FSOT exam and would like to prepare for the next step in the interviewing process.  Roberts  will provide valuable guidance to those interested in a career with the United States Department of State.  All are welcomed and encouraged to attend in preparation for FSO Exam.

U.S Department of State Information Sessions at LSU  

Looking for adventure and the Career of your lifetime?

Committed to public service?

“Show the World a side of America it has never seen”

Join the U.S. Department of State

Career opportunities abound.

Recruiting all majors for a wide variety of positions

If the answer is YES to any of these questions you are invited to attend information  sessions to learn more about the Foreign Service and the Foreign Service Officer Selection Process, hosted by John C. Roberts, U.S. Department of State Diplomat in Residence for Southeast Texas and Louisiana.

Tuesday, October 29th, 2013 

Room 108,   LSU Law Center, Baton Rouge, LA

5:00pm – 6:00pm

                    Foreign Service Officer Test Information Session

6:00pm – 8:00pm

                    Foreign Service Oral Assessment Information Session

Careers Representing America

U.S. citizenship is required.  An equal opportunity employer. 

US Department of State

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