In its 20th year, the International Career Advancement Program (ICAP) is again accepting applications for the 2017 ICAP class!
With over 470 alumni, ICAP has helped its participants advance to senior positions in all employment sectors, from US Ambassadors at State to executive directors of non-profits to chief executive officers of private businesses. The training includes an introductory day in Washington, DC, taking place on September 16th, and a week in Aspen, Colorado, with career advising, peer support, senior mentors, workshops on leadership and policy discussions from September 30th to October 8th.
The program accepts applications from mid-level professionals during the spring each year. Applicants should be professions who:
Have a demonstrated commitment to increasing the diversity of senior leadership in the United States in international affairs
Are US citizens or permanent residents
Are professionals who have been or are now in international careers, with 5 to 15 years of work experience
Have an interest in a long-term career in international affairs
Have credentials and achievements that demonstrate potential to serve in the highest levels of administration and policy making
Have recommendations indicating unusual promise for leadership
Are committed to mentoring those junior to them in international affairs
As supporters of ICAP we would love for you to spread the word far and wide to as many potential candidates as possible. Applications close next week on May 31st.
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