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For experienced professionals

U.S. multilateral engagement spans a range of important global issues, including peace and security, nuclear nonproliferation, human rights, economic development, climate change, global health, and food security.

Based on your background and the nature of the position you’re applying for, the U.S. government may decide to advocate on your behalf.

Once you’ve chosen a position to apply for, you can submit your resume for an advocacy decision.

Before you apply

You must be a U.S. citizen to apply for advocacy.

You should only submit your request for advocacy once, even if you’re applying for multiple positions.

If your information is already in our database, email subsequent requests to with a copy of the position description.

For students and junior professionals

Working in an international organization can be a highly rewarding experience for students and recent graduates interested in issues of global importance.

Programs ranging from short-term internships to multi-year development programs help those just starting a career to find a job that matches their skills and interests.

Learn more about student and Junior Professional Officer programs

Other opportunities

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Federal Employee Details

Eligible U.S. government employees may be detailed or transferred to certain international organizations.

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Oversight Roles

If you have administrative, financial, or management experience, you could be nominated to serve in a pro-bono oversight role.

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