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  1. 2001 Foreign Service Written Examination: The next Foreign Service Written Examination is scheduled for Saturday, September 29, 2001. Registration materials, including the on-line registration system, will be available by June 15, 2001. Watch this Web site for more information. An order form for the new Study Guide for the 2001 exam will be included in the registration, and an on-line order form will also be made available by June 15, 2001.

  2. Foreign Service Oral Assessment  If you passed the 2000 Foreign Service Written Exam in November 2000 and you are scheduled to take the Foreign Service Oral Assessment, be sure to check out the description of the Oral Assessment, information on test sites, and sample exercises now available at www.state.gov/careers/fsoa.html. If you have already read this page, we encourage you to view it again for the latest information on the Oral Assessment, which has undergone a number of revisions for the new cycle.

  3. Fascell Fellowship Program: The deadline for 2002-2003 Fascell Fellowship Program is June 15, 2001.

  4. Foreign Service Specialist Job Opportunities:  We are currently accepting applications for the Foreign Service Specialist listed on the "What is a Vacancy Announcement" page.

For more information on Foreign Service careers and Student Employment Programs, go to our home page.


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