Work Abroad

Sahar talks to us about working for the UN in Tunisia, and interviewing Palestinian women in Isreal.

Sahar explains why working for the Foreign Service is like being in a constant state of starting over.

When it comes to interviewing for this position, find out why it doesn’t matter whether you studied engineering, communications or medicine.

Find out why Sahar says quitting her job at Foreign Affairs Canada actually helped her get the foreign service officer position of her dreams.

Sahar says more than knowledge, Global Affairs is looking for strong skills in this one particular area. Watch to find out.

Sahar talks to us about the importance of “selling yourself” to the embassy of your choice, and how to continually push out of your comfort zone.

Sahar tells us about making your own opportunities and how she got her internship in Algeria.

Sahar did not have a direct path to working for Global Affairs. In fact, when she first took the post-secondary public service exam, she was not successful. Find out what she did after that setback to achieve her dream of being a foreign service officer.
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