As an international student, you have unique circumstances due to work authorization and employment eligibility. Before starting your job/internship search, be sure to:
- Go to the International Students & Scholar (ISSS) website and/or meet with an advisor to learn about employment eligibility.
- Review our career guides, which cover common topics such as job/internship search, networking, resumes, cover letters, and interviewing.
- View the International Student & Scholar (ISSS) events web page to find featured events and programs for international students.
Improve your writing skills and get help from the Writing Center. Schedule a tutoring session, attend a workshop, and/or use their valuable writing resources. Also be sure to refer to online resources and review the “Resources for Multilingual Learners” section.
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