International Students

The Importance of Planning Ahead

International students desiring to work in the U.S. typically face an additional layer of complexity and difficulty.  While international students are permitted to work in the US according to specific regulations, many employers are not willing to incur the time and expense of sponsoring an H-1 visa. In addition, in most cases as a foreign national you are not permitted to work for the U.S. federal government, most state and local governments, or for private contractors working for the U.S. government.  If you would like to work in the U.S., it is essential that you plan ahead to maximize your chances of success!

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Housing Resources

When starting your housing search, check with classmates and friends who will be in the same area or who may have contacts in the area. You may be able to share an apartment or sublet.

Many colleges and universities open …

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Upcoming Career Forums for Japanese-English bilingual students

Upcoming Career Forums for students with Japanese and English language abilities (ex. students from Japan, students studying Japanese, etc.). Both are in-person events where students will be able to talk and interview directly with companies at their booths. As always, …

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Employer Hiring Plans Jump for Class of 2022 Graduates

Full article originally published by the National Association of College & Employers (NACE) available here

Employers plan to hire 26.6% more new graduates from the Class of 2022 than they did from the Class of 2021, according to NACE’s Job Outlook …

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Connecting with Faculty & Requesting Letters of Recommendation

Connecting With Faculty During Your Time at Yale

There are many reasons you will want to get to know your professors during your time at Yale. Not only are they brilliant researchers, and wonderful teachers, they also greatly enjoy working …

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Forté Foundation Undergraduate Programming (Free for Yale College students)

Yale OCS is pleased to offer our students the opportunity to join the Forté Foundation’s Undergraduate Programming  for free. As a sponsor school, this initiative offers undergraduate women at Yale, across majors, the opportunity to develop skills in five critical …

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Career Resources

Immigration Information Presentations

AKADEUS is a recruitment agency that hosts a job board focusing on international jobs in business and management schools. Listings …

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