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America in 3D – your chance to work in, taste and feel America

Here’s a fabulous chance for all of you who want to travel to the United States of America, to work for American companies and for those who simply like to learn more about American music, films, food and possible study programs.

Ambassador Harry Thomas and the U.S. Embassy – Manila warmly invite you to celebrate American culture, values, and programs in the Philippines during a three-day program dubbed β€œAmerica in 3-D.”

From March 18 to 20, 2011 at SM City North EDSA in Quezon City, Philippines, the U.S. Embassy will provide FREE musical performances, food tastings, sports clinics, film screenings, cooking demonstrations, Q&A opportunity with Fil-Am White House Executive Chef Cristeta Comerford, a job fair, sports clinics and information sessions about applying for visas and studying in the United States, and so much more!

You will also have the opportunity to meet representatives of various Embassy sections and agencies including the Department of Veterans Affairs, the visa section, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Peace Corps, the U.S. Commercial Service, the Foreign Agricultural Service, and the Philippine-American Educational Foundation (PAEF). They will provide you with valuable information to help you connect with the Embassy.

For more information about America in 3D, please check for updates on the Embassy’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/manila.usembassy or contact the U.S. Embassy Public Affairs Section at (02) 301-2462

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15 Comments

  • mary anne

    I just want to ask about how can i find a job directly to the company while im here in manila?

    how much it will cost for a immigrant visa or a working visa?

  • Rogelio Valdez Jr.

    I am now working as a site Engineer in Saudi Arabia. I just want to know on how to apply online in this job fair. I’m Rogelio Valdez Jr. a Civil Engineer and please inform me via sending through my email at [email protected] if there is any form to be filled up.Thanks.

  • wilcardenas

    Hi! I am a fish farmer into tiger lobster culture here in Panabo Mariculture Park. It might be of interest to vacationers here in Davao to know that live tiger lobster is now available. Please follow the link to view my project http//flickr.com/lobsterphilippines

  • Unreal

    OMG this is Crazy with a capital C! So all this time President Obama was trying to his country’s unemployment rate, while ambassador in Fillipines is trying to get foreigners into the US to work? Seriously? LMAO.

  • Thanks for sharing! Would’ve been cool to see a list of companies who participated in the job fair during this time and what kind of job openings they had available for Filipino citizens to work in the US. Either way, thanks for making me aware that the US Embassy-Manila actually does this. While I am a US citizen and have been working here for many years, I have always been intrigued by the transition process: Filipinos migrating to the US and finding decent jobs. Unreal’s comments are true, the unemployment rate here is high and it is tough to find jobs even for those who live here. I have Filipino friends who will be migrating here soon, an engineer, a nurse, and I’m curious how they will fare in the extremely competitive job market…like all college graduates (whether we graduated here or there), we sometimes have to take lesser jobs and move our way up. Either way, I’ll advise my friends to follow the US Embassy – Manila’s Facebook page with hopes that they will do another event like this. Again, thank you!

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