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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Yale College: Peer Networking Lists

Contact recent Yale College graduates and current students to discuss their post-graduate roles and summer employment experiences!

Are you wondering where Yalies go after graduation? Perhaps you want to see what kind of summer internships are realistic for a specific …

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FAIT Fellowship Applications Now Being Accepted

The U.S. Department of State is accepting applications for the Foreign Affairs Information Technology (FAIT) Fellowship 2022 cohort from September 8, 2021 through January 31, 2022.

Funded by the State Department, this two-year prestigious fellowship program is a unique opportunity …

By Yuanyuan Zhang
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Fall 2021 Recruiting Update

Applications to post-graduation and summer internship opportunities with employers recruiting students through the “On-Campus” Recruiting Program (OCR) are open.  Please note, all Fall 2021 recruiting activities will take place virtually.

To view details on these opportunities, including application deadline dates, and …

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Questions to Ask to Assess an Organization’s Commitment to Diversity

As you become more engaged in racial justice and social impact, you may become increasingly conscious of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) during your job search activities. You may want to know if a potential employer values DEI.

“Conscious job …

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Virtual Career Fair: Japanese-English Bilingual Speakers (open until Nov. 30)

World’s largest job fair for Japanese-English bilinguals currently being held online!

Boston Career Forum ONLINE 2021

If you are bilingual in Japanese and English, please do take advantage of this online event!

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Boston Career Forum ONLINE 2021

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Until November 30, …

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Immigration Information Presentations

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