Learn about the Foreign Service through first-hand stories and anecdotes about the challenges, work specialties, security and health risks and the impact on family members. Whether it’s a plane crash, a coup d’etat or a pandemic, see how diplomats rise to the occasion.

Instructor: Marie Huhtala, career diplomat, teacher and student of public affairs
Wednesdays, September 21 – October 26, 3:00 – 5:00 PM, Berger Center
6-week session, Cost: $95

Learn more and sign up:

Tales From the Foreign Service – Lifelong Learning (oakmontll.org)

Three Ways to Register for a Class:
• On-line at OakmontLL.org
• Fill out the form below and put it in the OLL folder in the OVA office along with your check
• Pay at the door on the first day of class

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Make checks payable to Oakmont Lifelong Learning. OLL follows all state and local COVID guidelines. Class Scholarships are available by contacting OakmontLL.org.

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