Diplomatic Career, Episode 3, Range of Opportunities
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diplomaticallyincorrect.org A diplomatic career or just in the service of fellow man as global citizen, Part 3, "Diplomatic Career" Web TV is an introduction for the more experienced or those just starting out. Working at the United Nations in diplomacy or as journalist or on behalf of NGO are only but a few of the options you should evaluate. There is also work in the field in many of UN missions or at UNESCO in Paris, World Food Program, (Rome), International Atomic Agency, (Vienna), UNHCR, (Geneva), or even International War Crimes Tribunal(s) and World Bank are many of the avenues that can be openned. Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey and long time UN based journalist Tom Osborne introduce the opportunities. This episode focuses on Tom Osborne career as journalist and how it all can begin for you.
Transcripts / Production notes / Scripts
Mo: We are going to turn the microphone around in this Episode, Number 3, of DiplomaticCareer.com and have Tom Osborne tell us a bit about how he started and developed his career as a member of the UN Press Corps, and as we mentioned in previous programs, the bureau chief for ABC News. This is Mo Sacirbey on behalf of Diplomatically Incorrect.
Tom: Thanks Ambassador Sacirbey, but as a reporter I'm not certain that I want to be the one subject to the inquisition.
Mo: And speaking of inquisitions, if I recall you started career life in the seminary with the the intention of becoming a priest. How well did that prepare you to grill diplomats and politicians on the other side of the microphone?
Year of Production: 2010
Length: 7 minutes
Country: United Nations
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- Mo Sacirbey, Tom Osborne & Semyon Maltsev
- Susan Sacirbey