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									          International Student Career Resources
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Leading world-wide directory of quality job sites and career resources. It covers 190 countries and includes
more than 1000 international job sites and career resources classified according to 18 categories.

Bilingual Jobs
A diversity job destination for bilingual career professionals. Search for jobs by language or by location, both
U.S. and international.
Helping Armenians, Russians, and Indians connect with the American job market and get job offers.

H-1B Visa Job Sponsors
A website hosting 10 databases of 20,000 American firms that offered jobs with H-1B visa sponsorships. The
company obtains information from the federal government. Latest news on H-1B visa and green card from the
Immigration Law Office.

IAESTE (The International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience)
A membership organization dedicated to developing global skills in tomorrow's technical leaders through
international exchange, leadership training, global skill development, and technical education. Provision of paid,
technical work experience abroad for skill enhancement. Safe experience through IAESTE support network.
Support with practical arrangements i.e. work permits/visa, accommodation, and travel.
Excellent site - includes a free job placement service, advice on adjusting to college in the U.S., TOEFL tips, an
"Ask the Experts" link to ask your questions about life, study and work in the U.S., and advice on job-hunting.

Legal Information:
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
Provides information about visas and employment options for foreign nationals.

US Remac, Inc.
Employment service for international students seeking to work in the U.S. with companies that will sponsor their
visas. (in Japanese)
Allows foreign students to process their visa applications online by providing online documents that need to be
completed, providing a review by an immigration attorney, and submitting the application to the U.S. Immigration
and Naturalization Service.
Job/Internship Search Support:
Association for International Practical Training
This organization offers training programs to promote cultural exchange and will sponsor non-U.S. citizens
under the J-1 trainee visa for practical training in the United States for up to 18 months.

CICD: Center for International Career Development
As a U.S. Department of State-designated sponsor of trainees on the J-1 Visa Program, CICD enables students
and aspiring professionals from around the world to embark on challenging training opportunities at leading
American companies. CICD arranges internships and provide professional development training for graduate
and undergraduate students.
This site has useful information for international MBA students as well as other international students who would
like to work in the United States. Includes career profiles, corporate interviews, immigration information, lists of
companies who have hired MBAs, and more at no charge.

Database of employers that have offered H-1B sponsorships. Also contains information on other types of visa
and services. The International Student and Study Abroad Resource Center
Started by a group of international students living in New York City with the goal of helping other international
students deal with American immigration authorities and education system.

Internships For America
This site provides U.S. internships for international students and young professionals from around the world.
Some of the fields include Management, Hospitality, Business, Accounting, Law, and. All internships are paid
internships and include fully furnished housing, a transportation allowance, and a partially paid for cultural
program. They handle all visa document preparation and submissions.

Additional Resources:
Career Services, University of Pennsylvania
Database of employers who have hired foreign nationals. (scroll down)

CIEE - Council on International Educational Exchange
Programs and information regarding study abroad, short-term work exchanges, internships, Japan exchange
and teaching program, English language testing, and travel.

Electronic Embassy
Connecting foreign embassies and international resources found around the world. Currently includes a
directory of all embassies in Washington DC, with information on the Washington D.C. embassy community and
links to the countries maintaining diplomatic relationships with the U.S.

University of Michigan International Center
A lot of resources for international students.

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