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User: JC
Date: 5/30/2012 12:57 pm
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Does anyone know the best way to get jobs overseas? I am 47 years old, fulent in several languages including Portuguese, French, English, Spanish, etc....
I am qualified for political, public diplomacy, consular, Educational leadership, Social Science Research, Knowledge Management, Teaching, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, Diversity, Foreign Languages, Online Learning, and Organizational Environment.I can certainly do many other things.

Currently I teach secondary (Portuguese, French, and Spanish) and university (Advanced Leadership; Foundations of Social Science Research; Advanced Graduate Research; Advanced System Theory; Multicultural Diversity in the Workplace & Classroom; Classroom Management with Models of Teaching; Succeeding with the Resistant Student; Motivation and teaching: Theories and Practices; Contemporary Issues and Topics in Educational Administration; Organizational Environment; Managing a Diverse Workforce and DOCTORAL dissertation.

I Hold the following academic and professional degrees...

Doctor of Education, Educational Leadership; Educational Specilaist; Masters of Education and Management/Integrated Studies Majors; Specialized Graduate Certificate in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution; Specialized Graduate Certificate in Diversity; BA – Foreign Languages

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Re: my qualifications
User: Mr. B
Date: 5/31/2012 8:57 am
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Your qualifications are impeccable. Try consulting with department of state
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Re: my qualifications
User: Visitor
Date: 6/18/2012 3:14 am
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Simply send out applications to universities in countries where you want to work.
Google overseas jobs in your area.
Join the Peace Corps.
Take the tests for FSO positions at State (but don't hold your breath expecting to get one).
Pick grapes in France or Germany in September.
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