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So you Want to play U.S. College Sports?

Looking to study in the USA?  Try for a sports scholarship!  To highlight International Education Week and promote U.S. universities, Embassy Berlin brought together German high school athletes, a representative of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), teachers, parents, recruiters, and German alumni of American universities for a series of interactive programs in Berlin, Frankfurt/Main, ...
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Supply Supervisor (GSO) – BERLIN-2018-154

For Public Dissemination EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY U.S. MISSION GERMANY Vacancy Number: BERLIN-2018-154 Date: November 20, 2018  Position Title Supply Supervisor Location U.S. Embassy Berlin and General Services Office Open To All Interested Applicants Salary Locally Employed/Local Compensation Plan (LE/LCP) € 47,486 per year starting salary Position Series and Grade: FSN-0805-08  Foreign Service/US Government Pay Plan (FS/USG ...
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Veterans Day 2018

Ambassador Grenell’s Statement Honoring Veterans Every November 11, the United States marks Veterans Day to honor the brave men and women who served in our armed forces.  We celebrate the accomplishments, the sacrifice, and the courage of our country’s servicemen and servicewomen, and we draw inspiration from their example.  Through their service, they safeguard core ...
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Development Program Specialist (Budget) (USAID) – Frankfurt-2018-150

For Public Dissemination EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY U.S. MISSION GERMANY Vacancy Number: Frankfurt-2018-150   Date: November 12, 2018  Vacancy #: Frankfurt-2018-150     POSITION / SALARY:       Development Program Specialist (Budget) ; Salary Range Euro 58,934 – Euro 76,614 FSN-10:   (Full Performance)                                                      OPEN TO:                           German/EU citizens and residents ...
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2018 Commemoration of Pogromnacht

Eighty years ago, in 1938, Jewish homes and businesses, cemeteries and synagogues were vandalized and destroyed.  Nearly 100 Jewish people lost their lives during the violence. Today, as we remember the devastating events of that night, we must remember that incidents of anti-Semitism are on the rise again in Germany, in the United States, and ...
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