Many international opportunities for employment are offered in different areas such as business, non-profit, and government agencies. Some employment opportunities will imply staying in the U.S. while others require you to travel and work in another country.
There is also valuable employment resources for international students. Use the information in these links as general information as companies that hire international students change year from year.
- The Ohio State University Office of International Affairs
The official OSU web site about international issues, such as visa, health information, nationality clubs, taxes, among others.
- Going Global
Provides country specific career and employment information including internship and job postings, H-1B employer listings, corporate profiles and career resources.
- H-1B Visas Find the Company data on H1-B Visa applications to help international students get educated on company visa tendencies
- Overseas Jobs
Features international jobs opportunities for professionals, expatriates, and adventures seekers.
- Peace Corps
Currently, more than 7,300 Peace Corps volunteers are serving in 77 countries.
- Transitions Abroad
The Magazine Guide to Travel, Work, Study and Living Overseas
- Guide to Study Abroad
This guide provides an in-depth look at what studying abroad is -- where to go, what to study -- as well as the financial factors to consider.
- Study Abroad
This web site is very helpful to start your search for different program abroad.
Useful website to gather information about visa requirements.
Employment for International Students
- My Visa Jobs
Lists top American companies that sponsor H-1B visas and separates lists by industry.
- International Student City Career Center
Comprehensive information and knowledge about everything an international student needs to know about working in the United States. It charges a fee to users. Not sponsored by Career Counseling and Support Services
- American Immigration Lawyers Association
Founded in 1946, the AILA is a National Bar Association of 6,000+ attorneys who practice and teach immigration law.