This website has a wide variety of information to help International
students in the different stages of the career development.
US Job Search Guide for International Students
Are You Eligible to Work In the US? -- This workshop explains which visa options allows one to work in the US. Emphasis is on understanding the difference between optional practical training (opt),curriculum practical training (cpt) and H1B-visas. (You will need Quicktime 7 to view the video)
Job Search Strategies for International Students -- (courtesy of Prakash Kollaram, Director of H1VisaJobs.com). Leverage your advanced education, tenacity, ethnic/cultural background, languages known, flexibility, relocate-ability. This workshop will assist you with identifying companies and industries that hire international students. Come learn how you can gain experience in the United States.
The Ten Point Prescription Handout
For a complete listing of time and location of
upcoming Career Services Center events for International students, click on What's Happening
Job Search Strategies For International Students
Resumes for International Students
Interviewing for International Students
Websites for International Students
Association for International Practical Training
(AIPT) - works with the company and trainee to arrange visa sponsorship,
required insurance and provide program support for individuals to complete
on-the-job-training assignments in the United States. AIPT can also
arrange work permits for students and professionals to go from the United
States to one of 80 countries, and provide program support before and
during the international assignment. Visit http://www.aipt.org for more
UD Office of Foreign Students & Scholars provides information on visa regulations and employment.
INNternationale is a residence, conference center and world cafe for international students
and visiting scholars at UD and in the community.
a career expo with a broad cross-section of corporations, government
agencies and non-profit organizations seeking workforce diversity.
site has useful information for international MBA students.
The Bureau of Citizenship & Immigration
Services provides names of 102 companies
that had more than 60 INS -approved petitions. You must have Acrobat
Reader to view or print these reports in portable document format.
was started by a group of international students living in New York
City with the goal of helping other students deal with American immigration
authorities and the education system.
National Society of Hispanics MBAs NSHMBA fosters Hispanics' leadership
through graduate management education and professional development
in order to have a better society. NSHMBA organizes an annual Conference
and Career Expo for Hispanic students in the U.S.
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