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INTERNATIONAL RESOURCES

The International Center at the University of Michigan
Comprehensive information about study abroad, work abroad and internship programs and resources.

The Riley Guide to International Job Opportunities
A country-by-country compilation of web-based employment resources. Riley Guide also provides International Business Resources.

U.S. Department of Labor: Employment & Training Administration, Foreign Labor Data Certification Center
Provides information about which companies hired international candidates (including H1B visa cases) and salaries.

Campus Career Center, Foreign Exchange
Information and advice about specific job markets.

Career Forum
Career site for Japanese/English bilinguals.

Eurograduate
Features advice and links for postgraduate and career options.

Global Gateway
Employment and job information from Monster.
 
Istudentcity
Provides information about living in the U.S.for international students, including a career placement service.

Organizations Known to Employ International Students

AIESEC
AIESEC is a global network of 50,000 members across more than 83 countries and at more than 800 universities world-wide.

American Institute for Foreign Study, College Division 
Information about the options for college students – academic year, semester or summer programs. Includes New York City internship program.

Association for International Practical Training
Information for students and professionals in over 50 countries around the world.

The American-Scandinavian Foundation (ASF) 
This foundation promotes educational and cultural exchange between U.S.and Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.

Boston University International Program
Open to students from all colleges.

The British Universities North America Club
Offers work/travel programs to Britain, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.

CDS International (CDS)
Offers a variety of work/study, internship and study tour programs.

Center for Interim Programs
Gathers information about existing programs.

Council on International Educational Exchange
Work, study, teach or volunteer abroad programs for U.S.and international students. 

The Fund for American Studies
Summer Institutes in the United States and abroad.

International Cooperative Education
Provides university students and recent graduates with the opportunity to gain practical work experience abroad. Participating countries include Belgium, Finland, Germany, Japan, Singapore and Switzerland.

InterExchange
A private, non-profit organization involved in international educational and cultural exchange. Career Training USA programs are an opportunity for international university students and graduates to join U.S. companies.