External Affairs

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The External Affairs Unit focuses on the Diplomacy side of SWAT. We make sure to have positive & healthy relationships with all agencies, especially our Allies, across Habbo’s platforms and to make sure SWAT is represented at the highest prestige.

External Affairs Leadership







External Affairs Ranks

There are four ranks in the External Affairs Unit, which are as follows:

  • Trainee Diplomats – upon being accepted into the unit, Trainees are required to complete a report & undergo a test at the end to pass.
  • Rookie Diplomats – once promoted to a Rookie Diplomat, you are required to select an agency from the Representatives List to represent. Bi-weekly tasks are set by the EA Leadership Team and are expected to be completed on time. Tasks may vary from researching, interviews, attending events and much more!
  • Senior Diplomats – being a Senior Diplomat means you are one of the most trusted members of the unit. Though going through the same process as Rookies, Seniors may be called by the EA Leadership Team to help them with various activities, such as helping out any new Trainees or help release the bi-weekly tasks.
  • Reserved Diplomats – this rank is limited to the most prestigious members of the unit. Once becoming a Senior Diplomat for 2 months and having shown great work ethic throughout your time in EA, you may be open to step down to a Reserved Diplomat. This is a retirement rank & are for people who want to still be involved in the unit but can’t dedicate their time fully towards the bi-weekly tasks.

How are we different?

Give feedback after every bi-week period. In External Affairs, there are bi-weekly reports mentioned above that are given from the Leadership Team. We believe giving feedback to those reports will improve relationships, help the members gain a full understanding of their strengths and weaknesses, and increase their motivation to succeed. 

Constructive and negative criticism is a great opportunity for us to grow. Other units might not find these criticisms to be helpful as they already have a set requirement for how they run things. In External Affairs, we are always looking for ways to improve and love hearing how we are doing, even if it is bad.

Join External Affairs

What do we look for?

  • Must be Sergeant+
  • Must have been employed in SWAT for 14+ days
  • Friendly, extroverted & diplomatic

What will you do?

  • Administer SWAT’s alliances, treaties, and external relationships.
  • Maintain good working relationships with our external partners.
  • Draft and implement SWAT’s external affairs policies.

Ready to apply?

If you have other questions, contact either of the leadership members listed above.

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