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Diplomat in Residence Program
Ryan M. Gliha is the Diplomat in Residence for the Northwest, hosted at the UC Berkeley Career Center.
There are many ways you can benefit from the Department of State’s Diplomat in Residence program. This year, Ryan will:
- Represent the Department of State at Career Fairs and other events
- Engage in outreach to underrepresented students
- Guide candidates through the Foreign Service application and examination process
- Inform students about internship opportunities with the Department of State
- Hold student appointments, and answer staff, faculty, and student questions via email
Ryan welcomes inquiries and referrals from the university community. However, because he covers a large territory from his base at Cal, he urges you to review the links below before making an inquiry. Ryan can be contacted via email at DIRNorthwest@state.gov. The DIR Office is located in the Career Center.