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International Relations Academy high-schoolers visit Israeli embassy in DC

About 50 students with an interest in international affairs spoke with the embassy’s public diplomacy counselor.

Some 50 students visit the Israeli embassy in Washington as part of a summer international relations program sponsored by Georgetown University, June 27, 2023. Source: Twitter.
Some 50 students visit the Israeli embassy in Washington as part of a summer international relations program sponsored by Georgetown University, June 27, 2023. Source: Twitter.

High school students who are part of a weeklong Georgetown University summer program in international affairs attended a talk on Tuesday at the Israeli embassy in Washington, D.C.

About 50 students who came to the International Relations Academy from across the globe heard from Efrat Hochstetler, counselor for public diplomacy, and had the chance to ask her questions, the embassy’s deputy spokeswoman Einav Hadari told JNS.

The group wanted to know how Hochstetler’s role has changed, how a diplomatic career can affect personal life and how embassies around the world differ, according to Hadari.

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