Dos@ "interns may be eligible for noncompetitive conversion to a Federal career or career-conditional position in the competitive service..." https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/444174800?source=govdelivery&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery
The State Department gives tours of the formal rooms on the eight floor where diplomatic receptions and dinners take place. A tour can be arranged for groups (or if you know someone who works at the Department they can arrange it. All of the furnishings come from the beginnings of the department which was the first government office formed by... 更多
I am an antique and architecture lover, so I loved this 45 minute tour! You need to reserve in advance for the 45 minute tour at the state department website. easy walking access from foggy bottom metro.
My family and I recently had a tour here arranged through our Congressional office. I wouldn't say that you see anything earth shattering, but it is interesting. Our tour guide Chic also worked really hard to make the tour interesting for our 10 year old son. There are some beautiful rooms here - it is primarily an art and architecture... 更多
We saw that our Member of Congress would arrange a tour of the Diplomatic Reception Rooms for us, and decided to follow our curiosity. The building is an unpretentious example of 1960s government-funded architecture; however, hidden on the eight floor are the decoratively ornate rooms used to welcome and entertain foreign diplomats. The decor celebrates historical America in decorative arts... 更多
This is one of the least known places to visit and see amazing stuff in Washington DC. You can get a tour reserved by visiting the Department of State website and it is well worth the effort to arrange a tour. The Diplomatic reception rooms is where ambassadors are entertained and the furnishings are really incredible. There are some great... 更多
These are a few rooms located at the Dept. of Sate building that are used to receive foreign diplomats. If you have time it is worth a visit but the security check to get in takes about as long as the tour. The rooms are furnished with antiques and the main dining room is used for "official dinners". Mainly a... 更多
A fantastic look into the diplomatic reception rooms of the State House. If you have any interest in antique furniture, paintings, American History, or diplomacy you will enjoy this tour. All of the artifacts were donated but they came together to produce a fabulous portrait of the history of our nation. At one point we were standing in a room... 更多