Othmane Slimani Completes Internship at Ministry of Foreign Affairs
John Cabot University senior and international affairs major Othmane Slimani recently completed an internship at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of his native Morocco.
Othmane had the opportunity to work for one month in the office of the Minister Delegate, Mr. Youssef Amrani. The minister’s chief of staff evaluated Othmane as “sincere and hardworking, and with an exceptional level of expertise in the matters of international relations.”
“It was a very positive and challenging experience since I had the chance to put theory into practice. I would like to thank the Minister Delegate for giving me this golden opportunity. I would also like to thank his extraordinary staff for giving me precious advice and encouragement during my internship,” says Othmane.
Morocco is one of the over 70 countries represented in the JCU student body. Othmane, who speaks English, Arabic, French, Spanish and basic Italian, chose JCU in Rome because he believed that it would be an excellent place to study international affairs. “The internship gave me the opportunity to see that what I have learned at JCU is extremely beneficial and useful.”
Soon Othmane will begin another internship, this time in Rome at the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco to Italy , in the office of the Cabinet of the Ambassador. After he graduates from JCU in May of 2014, he plans to continue his studies in international affairs.
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