Ambassador Ronald E. Neumann, the recipient of AFSA’s 2018 Lifetime Contributions to American Diplomacy Award, talks with the FSJ about his career at the center of some of America’s toughest foreign policy challenges.
A retired FSN reflects on his experience working for the United States in Nigeria.
The FSN Advocacy Council has been representing USAID’s global FSN employees since 2005.
The new performance management program for Locally Employed staff offers many benefits for staff and supervisors alike.
Locally employed staff around the world offer their perspectives on working for U.S. missions.
Getting into college is a complicated and daunting process. Here is a plan for circumventing the stress.
A selection of government programs for students interested in foreign policy and international affairs.
Regaining Lost Ground
A Worldwide FSN Association at State: Advancing a Practical Dream
Maps Are Useful, But Can Be Misleading
Thanks to AFSA, Local Hires Win Big
Another Kind of Stewardship