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YPFP DC: YPFP Staff Recruitment Information Session
What does it take to be a future foreign policy leader?
It takes new ideas, new approaches, and new partnerships to solve the critical global challenges our generation will face over the course of our careers. YPFP is fostering the next generation of foreign policy leaders by providing young professionals the opportunity to lead now.
We are actively recruiting new volunteer staff, and invite you to find out more about these leadership positions on Wednesday, July 24, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. The recruiting session will be held in room 4CR at CSIS, located at 1800 K Street NW, a short walk from the Farragut North metro station. We'll adjourn to Mackey's nearby afterwards to continue our discussions in a more casual setting.
Becoming a YPFP staff member allows you to build relationships, grow professionally, and exhibit your leadership talents through managing a dynamic, entrepreneurial, and rapidly growing professional organization. You will gain unprecedented opportunities to develop and apply your leadership and management skills with a dynamic network of bright, aspiring young foreign policy professionals. Our volunteers are responsible for YPFP's success, and see their contributions make an impact every day.
Check out the list of current available positions HERE. Don't see a position that suits your interests? YPFP is always looking for talented, passionate individuals to join its volunteer team. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquiry about other opportunities or ask any questions.