Attend a virtual information session for the Foreign Affairs Information Technology Fellowship, Nov. 28

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We are excited to host a 60-minute virtual info session with the Foreign Affairs Information Technology Fellowship, one of several high-profile U.S. Department of State diversity recruitment programs.

The two-year fellowship provides up to $87,000 in academic funding over the two years, summer internships, professional development, and mentorship – and culminates in a career in Foreign Service as an Information Management Specialist.

Foreign Affairs IT Fellowship information session
Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2023
Register now to attend

The application for the 2024 cohort is open from Sept. 12, 2023, through Jan. 16, 2024. Don’t miss this chance to get a brief overview of the FAIT Fellowship and hear from Antoinette Hurtado, Diplomat in Residence – Southwest (Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico).

The Foreign Affairs IT Fellowship, designed as a two-year cohort model, offers both undergraduate and graduate fellowships. The undergraduate fellowship is for your junior and senior years of an IT-related bachelor’s degree program. The graduate fellowship is for a two-year IT-related master’s degree program.

Fellows selected for the 2024 cohort will begin their two-year fellowship in fall 2024 and complete the fellowship in spring 2026.

With the goal of attracting top technology talent and increasing diversity in the Foreign Service, the program values varied backgrounds, including ethnic, racial, gender, and geographic diversity. Women, members of minority groups underrepresented in the Foreign Service, and those with financial need, are encouraged to apply.  

If you love the idea of a foreign service career using your tech skills to support U.S. diplomacy, traveling the world, and learning about different cultures, the FAIT Fellowship is your opportunity of a lifetime. Register now!

Arizona State University Virtual Info Session