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As a small non-profit organization, ADST relies on volunteers to assist us in our mission of “capturing, preserving, and sharing the experiences of America’s diplomats.”

Volunteer opportunities include:

Assisting with interview recording
Editing oral history interviews
Creating tables of contents for interviews
Updating our Country Reader series
Website support
Development support
Special events support
Educational outreach
Grant writing

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please send an email to [email protected]. Please include a brief description of what type of volunteer work you are looking to do, your qualifications, as well as the amount of time you are willing to commit.

ADST is profoundly grateful to all of the volunteers collaborating with us. Among those who have given exceptional support are:

Mr. Dayton S. Mak, Retired FSO
The Honorable Raymond C. Ewing
Mr. David Reuther, Retired FSO
The Honorable J. Peter Moffat
Mr. Thomas Stern, Retired FSO
Ms. Sue Klingaman, Retired FSO
Mr. Thomas J. Dunnigan, Retired FSO