Career Opportunities for International Students

4 Job Search Strategies That Get International Grad Students Hired

If you're an international student in grad school looking to land a great job offer after graduation, know that it won't be easy. So here are four job search strategies that separate international graduate job seekers who receive U.S. job …

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Work abroad: Why recent college grads should conduct a global job search

 

Jobs that require travel or allow recent college grads to work abroad can help build cultural awareness, strengthen one’s ability to navigate through dynamic environments, and cultivate a level of agility, which is required by most employers today, says

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International Internships | Make Your Dream a Reality

Do you dream about traveling to far off lands? Do you want to be immersed in another culture? And do you want to build up your resume and network while doing it? Then an international internship might be for you.

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4 Ways International Students Can Gain U.S. Work Experience with F-1 Visas

If you're an international student who wants to work in the U.S. after graduation, you need to maximize every opportunity you have to gain work experience before you graduate. The reason is, in the end, U.S. employers are most impressed …

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3 Simple Networking Tips for International Students That Generate Results

On-campus recruiting at U.S. universities is typically slower this time of the year versus the fall. For international students in particular, opportunities to interview with firms that sponsor might be scarce between now and graduation. So what's a student to …

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19 Email Etiquette Rules to Know
Top Interpersonal Skills That Employers Value
Top Strategies for International Students Seeking Internships & Jobs in the US
4 Steps to International Student Job and Internship Search Success
Virtual Meeting Etiquette Tips

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Virtual Job Interviews for Non-Native English Speakers

Taught by Liesje Sandler
The application process can be stressful for anyone, but interviewing in a foreign language brings unique challenges, especially if the…

International Marketing Foundations

Taught by Doug Ladd
Learn how to evaluate international markets and determine the best approaches for marketing your products and services overseas. Instructor Doug…

Communicating Across Cultures

Taught by Tatiana Kolovou
View Tatiana’s LinkedIn Newsletter As the world continues to change, so does the workforce. The globalization of companies means you’re…

Public Speaking for Non-Native English Speakers

Taught by Peter Novak
Speaking in public isn’t easy for most people, and if English isn’t your first or second language, it might be…

Becoming an Ally to All

Taught by Kenji Yoshino
All organizations face barriers to diversity and inclusion, such as implicit bias and stereotyping. One key solution to these challenges…

Uncovering Your Authentic Self at Work

Taught by Kenji Yoshino
Despite decades of diversity and inclusion efforts, people sometimes feel forced to choose between being included and being themselves. Join…

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Taught by Carolyn Goerner
Those who experience imposter syndrome often believe they are inferior to others or have faked their way into positions despite…

Embracing Unexpected Change

Taught by Todd Dewett
When we’re caught off guard by a job loss or the crumbling of a personal relationship, it can be tough…

Multinational Communication in the Workplace

Taught by Luna Checchini
Successful business communication often hinges on one’s understanding of nuance. But in international workplaces, linguistic nuances can easily be lost…

Communicating Across Cultures

Taught by Tatiana Kolovou
To succeed in a cross-cultural business setting, it’s important to understand the differences in how people communicate. Language isn’t the…

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