International Students

It has become more difficult for international students to find jobs in the United States after graduation since the government set a cap on the number of H-1B visas. Due to the complicated visa application procedures, many companies and organizations tend to be unable or unwilling to sponsor students for the H-1B work visa. In spite of the discouraging facts, it is certainly possible to find an ideal job or internship in the United States, because international students have their unique skills, such as language skills and technical skills, that an employer may not be able to find in a U.S. citizen or lawful resident.

The following web sites contain information regarding employment or internships for international students planning to work in the United States or desiring to gain work experience in the United States before returning to their home countries. Please note that some of these sites may be fee based. If you know of other resources that can be added to this list, please send them to BryanCareers@uncg.edu.

UNCG International Programs Center: Please refer to the information on their site regarding employment (OPT, CPT, and on-campus work) for UNCG international students.
www.uncg.edu/ipg/studentemployment.html

North Carolina’s Piedmont Triad Partnership: List of international firms in the Piedmont Triad.
www.piedmonttriadnc.com

InternationalStudent.com: Job and career related links for international students.
www.internationalstudent.com/jobsearch

H1Visajobs.com: The most authentic & dependable Online Database of American Employers for InternationalProfessionals.
www.h1visajobs.com

iHipo: Offers thousands of international Jobs, Internships and Traineeships. The professional network for international careers!
www.ihipo.com

H1Base: Brings you all the available H1B sponsorship services and professional support in one place.
www.h1base.com

Foreign Labor Certification Data Center: A governmental site where you may search for employers who have submitted Labor Condition Applications (LCA). A Labor Condition Application is used by employers as supporting evidence for the petition for an H-1B visa.
http://flcdatacenter.com/CaseH1B.aspx

MBA Exchange: MBA-Exchange.com is the reference global website for MBA-qualified business professionals, with over 140’000 registered candidates and relationships with quality employers, worldwide.
www.mba-exchange.com

Asian-Jobs.com: The career site for employers who want to reach bilinguals who speak English and Asian languages.
www.asian-jobs.com

National Association of Asian MBA’s (NAAMBA): NAAMBA is a leading non-profit, professional organization which serves as a platform to unite and empower the Asian American professional community and the pan-Asian professional Diaspora globally by providing them with professional development opportunities.
www.asianmba.org

National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA): NSHMBA offers students and professionals the resources, information and support they will need to reach their educational and career goals.
www.nshmba.org

ForeignMBA.com: The #1 online community for MBAs, with 24109 members from 193 countries and 1194 schools.
www.foreignmba.com

QS Global Workplace: MBA jobs and careers platform for MBA students & alumni to find the best international jobs.
www.global-workplace.com

LatPro.com: The essential job board for Hispanic and bilingual professionals.
www.latpro.com

Transitions Abroad: For over 30 years, the comprehensive resource for meaningful experiential Work Abroad, Study Abroad, Cultural Travel Overseas, and International Living.
www.transitionsabroad.com

The Riley Guide: Provides International Job Opportunities – Resources Covering Multiple Countries and/or Regions.
www.rileyguide.com