- GCLO at 45: Looking Back at Its History and AAFSW’s Role: Read our interview with Mette Beecroft on aafsw.org.
- SOSA Ceremony: Wednesday, November 29 at 10 a.m.: Find out more about the Secretary Of State Awards and the accomplishments of non-career diplomats overseas on AAFSW’s website.
- To see AAFSW’s Events Calendar CLICK HERE
Access our resources below.
Foreign Service Community Support Offices, Groups and Organizations
Official and Independent Support Resources and Advocacy Organizations
Foreign Service Social Media
AAFSW-run social media groups and more
Bidding, Travel and Moving
General moving, moving with pets, school research links and unaccompanied tour support
Employment for Spouses, Partners and Retirees
EFM employment, including volunteering, and retiree support
Life at Post
Bidding resources, social media groups, emergencies,
and post evacuation
Back in the USA
Transitioning to D.C. or back to the United States
Education and Parenting
Raising children in the FS, scholarships, special needs, boarding school, adoption
Medical, Wellness and Resilience
Medical clearance, medical evacuation, health insurance, air quality, wellness and resilience
Finances, Legal, Insurance, and Retirement Resources
About the Foreign Service Hub
FSHub.org is a comprehensive gateway to Foreign Service resources, including official, non-profit, and independent sources and social media groups. An AAFSW volunteer team, with the help of a grant from the Una Chapman Cox Foundation, created the Hub in 2016. It is run by the Associates of the American Foreign Service Worldwide. Read more about our mission
Associates of the American Foreign Service Worldwide (AAFSW) is a membership-based and accredited 501(c)(3) association within the American Foreign Affairs Community, that has evolved to include Foreign Service and Civil Service employees, spouses, partners, members of household and retirees since our establishment in 1960. Since 2018, AAFSW has been a recognized Department of State Employee Organization.
Visit the Volunteer Map
Map for Change is a community-created resource that highlights volunteer opportunities at U.S. diplomatic posts overseas, plus the DC area.
Join AAFSW and our community today! Explore our membership options on our website, and learn more about how our organization serves the Foreign Service community.