Which organizations are hiring? Do I meet their requirements? Will this be a good fit for me?
These are just a few of the questions students often ask as they consider full-time employment, internships, or assistantships. However, the number and types of questions often multiply for those from abroad who are studying in the United States.
The Career Services’ Cultural Career Network Program (CCNP) and the International Student and Scholar Services seek to address some of those concerns by hosting the International Student Career Series this fall. Each session provides Illinois State’s international students with career support to help them remain competitive and increase their confidence in the job market.
The International Student Career Series is held virtually and includes:
- Job Search Timeline, How to Obtain On-campus Employment, & Career Fair Prep – August 25
- Strategies for Landing a Job in the U.S. – September 15
- International Students/Alumni Share How to Land a Job – October 22
Students may attend any one session or the entire series.
The International Student Career Series is an example of Illinois State’s commitment to diversity and Career Services’ mission of assisting all Illinois State students with developing, evaluating, and implementing career decisions.