Oversee kitchen operations at prisons, hospitals, and similar facilities.
Around the world, culture takes vastly different forms. That means it can be a joy, and sometimes a challenge, to introduce a person from one culture into the atmosphere of another. But, as a Cultural Attachés, you accept the challenge because this diplomatic position gives you the opportunity to promote the culture of your homeland while living abroad.
As a Cultural Attaché, part of your job is to make arrangements for visiting celebrities, Speakers, Performers, Writers, Artists, and other cultural figures. That can include scheduling events, dealing with transportation, and making introductions.
In addition to welcoming cultural figures from your homeland to your host country, you spend plenty of your Cultural Attaché time coordinating the efforts of exchange students. This important aspect of your job allows you to encourage two-way cultural interaction.
In order to understand your host country’s culture, you attend many events. From theatre openings to cocktail parties, you’re always on the lookout for ways to make connections, better understand the needs and wants of the community, and promote one of the best aspect of your homeland: it’s artistic and intellectual culture.