For International Students
International students at Wesleyan University can and do find employment with American employers, both inside and outside the United States, after graduation. It isn't easy, but then again, it's never really easy to find a job, no matter what your citizenship status. If you are an international student, you may find the following resources useful as you plan your transition out of Wesleyan.
International Careers Consortium - Advice for Non-US students
“When in the hiring process do I reveal that I’m an
international student?” - Advice to international students on when to reveal their status during the job search process.
- Immigration Information from Wesleyan's International Student Adviser
- U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
- Embassies.org - Citizenship, passport, and immigration information for foreigners hoping to come to the United States.
- Embassy.org - Resource of and for the foreign embassy community.
- Foreignborn.com - Good source of information relevant to entering and staying in the USA.
- Freeman ASSIST Program - The Freeman ASSIST Program, generously sponsored by the Freeman Foundation, offers educational allowances to outstanding undergraduate students from East and Southeast Asia who are pursuing summer internships in the U.S. nonprofit sector. Applicants must be undergraduate students who are currently enrolled in a U.S. university or college.
- H1Visa Jobs Sponsors - Useful information for international students.
- InternationalStudent.com - Student exchange and study abroad resource center. See Resources > Student Job Center!
- MyVisaJobs.com - Great job search and information resource for international students!
- Optional Practical Training (OPT) information at iStudentCity.com