Career Services Resources
- GoinGlobal (available to ERAU students/alumni via Handshake)
The Going Global Country Career Guides provide professional advice and insider tips for 24 countries on such topics as employment trends, recruiters, staffing agencies, work permit regulations, salary ranges, resume writing guidelines, professional and trade associations, and cultural advice. More than 500 resources are provided per country, all with detailed explanations and hot links that take you directly to the latest information.
- Aviation Week Intelligence Network/World Aerospace Database (available to Daytona Beach students via the Career Services Blackboard/SharePoint Organization – must be on campus to access)
- My Visa Jobs – Searchable database of work visas granted by employers in the United States. You can search by industry, state, and more.
- H1 Base – Proven tips, tactics and strategies for international job seekers who need visa sponsorship to live and work in America.
- H1VisaJobs.com – Online database of American employers for international professionals.
- InterEdge – Three lists of top H1B sponsors for computer science, IT, and engineering; accounting, finance and MBA; and social studies
- ForeignBorn – Site for all internationally born individuals entering or living in the United States. Includes information on visas and green cards.
- Foreign Labor Certification Data Center – Information on work visas granted by employers in the United States. Note: If you download the Access file, you can sort by location, employer name, type of position they hired through the H-1B visa, prevailing wages, etc.
- U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) – Includes information on the H1-B visa. If you click on “Resources” and then on “Reports and Studies,” you can find an annual report of American companies that hired H-1B workers.
- U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement Student & Exchange Visitor Program Work Authorization Information
Foreign Firms Operating in the United States
International Job Fairs
- Career Forum – World’s largest Japanese-English bilingual job fair with events in Boston, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sydney, Osaka, Tokyo and London
- MIT European Career Fair
International Job/Internship Boards
- CareerBuilder.com International Jobs – Contains links to corporate directories (and other resources) in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Bunei, Indonesia, Australia, Canada, France, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Quebec, and the United Kingdom.
- Council on International Educational Exchange – Provides work and internship opportunities for both international students in the US and US students abroad.
- EscapeArtist.com – A virtual library of information on living and working overseas. Probably the most complete resource on the web.
- FlightGlobal.com – Search database for hundreds of global aviation and aerospace jobs.
- Idealist.org – Access to various programs in 153 countries, linking you to jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities, career fairs, organizations and much more.
- International Internship Directory – Provided by Michigan State University
- International Student
- Monster.com International
- One World – Lists job vacancies and lets you search for positions by country or career sector
- OverseasJobs.com – International job database that lets you search for jobs by country, check out employer services, company profiles and post your resume.
Europe & United Kingdom
- Adzuna – Search for jobs in the UK
- CareerJet – UK
- Eurojobs – Allows you to search for job openings by European country or market sector; also includes general information about working in Europe.
- Europages: The European Business Directory – Excellent resource for identifying European corporations in virtually every market segment. You can search for resources by country.
- iNTECH recruitment ltd – Technical recruiting firm for jobs in the UK
- IrishJobs.ie – Jobs in Ireland
- WikiJob – UK’s largest graduate forums and job boards
- naukri.com – India’s largest career and job Website, where job-seekers can browse job listings by company or search listings (by keyword, location, industry, functional area, job level), and post a CV. Includes a job-matching service. No cost to job-seekers.
International Internship Placement Agencies/Internship Sites
- AIPT – for non-American citizens seeking internships or short-term experiential training in the United States
- GoAbroad.com – GoAbroad is committed to providing the most comprehensive international education and alternative travel databases.
- International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IAESTE) – IAESTE offers paid internships in over 30 countries in technical fields such as engineering, computer science, mathematics, natural, physical sciences, architecture, and agricultural science. Most placements last for 8-12 weeks over the summer, through fall and long-term programs are also available.
- Debunking the Myths About How Young Professionals Find International Jobs
- How to Navigate the Job Market as an International Student
- How to Tap into Growing Overseas Market
- How Young Professionals Find International Jobs
- Your International IQ
- Anglia CV Solutions – paid services for CV writing and LinkedIn profile writing
- Europass – CV examples for various European countries
- InterEdge: Articles and career advise for international students
- InternationalStudent.com – Browse job listings, read helpful articles
- LANIC (Latin American Network Information Center) – Provides a wealth of information on Latin American economic issues, including extensive links to Latin American corporate indices and job opportunities. You can search for resources by country.
- The Riley Guide – Listing of job banks and recruiters.
- U.S. Chambers of Commerce Abroad – Provides country-by-country links to U.S. Chambers of Commerce abroad.
- U.S. Department of State – For U.S. Citizens seeking careers abroad.
- UniworldBP – Provides directories of international forms operating in the United States and American firms operating abroad.
- VIF Program – Organization that sponsors international citizens to teach at US elementary, middle and high schools.
Print Resources available at the Jack R. Hunt Memorial Library
- Directory of American Firms Operating in Foreign Countries
- Directory of Foreign Firms Operating in the United States
- Directory of Corporate Affiliations
- 3 Steps to Your Job in the USA: Go from F-1 to H-1B by Steven Steinfeld
- LinkedIn for International Students by Steven Steinfeld
- Power Ties: The International Student’s Guide to Finding a Job in the United States by Daniel Beaudry
- The Art of Small Talk: How to Start a Conversation, Keep it Going, Build Networking Skills–and Leave a Positive Impression! by Debra Fine
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