Resources

Hiatt has developed a list of web resources available to you as you search for jobs in the United States or in another country. Through the websites below, you can search for jobs, research employers and seek out employers who have hired international students.

Hiatt's International Work, Intern, and Volunteer pages: These pages provide links to dozens of organizations, agencies and resource lists specifically geared toward international issues.

Resources in the Non-profit Sector: Many organizations in the not-for-profit sector focus wholly or in part on international and social interests. Use the following resource list to expand your options.

Go Abroad - Search job listings by country and type of job, search volunteer opportunities and other helpful resources for students.

Going Global - Going Global is a database designed to support international job seekers and professionals with a large assortment of country-specific career information. This site's content and links provide users with a comprehensive tool kit for evaluating, selecting and transitioning into a successful career in a foreign country, including job sources, work permit and visa regulations and cultural advice on more than 40 countries. This link will connect you with the UNET log-in; click on "Going Global" within Goldfarb Library's electronic database list.

Idealist - A global job searching and resource sharing Web site for organizations working in a wide range of issues for the public good.

International Student - A website about and for international students created by international students. Search for jobs, find things to do, get help with financial aid and visa information and more.

The Riley Guide: International Opportunities - A comprehensive list of resources for international jobs, searchable by country. Use the A-Z keyword index.

U.S. Department of State Consulate Affairs - Provides information about travel to countries all over the world.

U.S. Chambers of Commerce - The Chambers of Commerce are bi-national partnerships that promote trade and business relationships between the United States and many countries around the world. The home pages of country-specific chambers are great sources of information about collaboration, new initiatives and members to give you both contacts and career ideas about the marketplace in your target country.

United Nations Employment - Postings of all vacancies in various areas of the United Nations.

U.S. Department of Labor - This database allows you to search employers who have filed for H1-B visas for international employees in the past. You can search this site by field, location or employer.

Two invaluable print resources available at Goldfarb Library are the Directory of American Firms Operating in Foreign Countries and the Directory of Foreign Firms with Representation in the United States.  These volumes will direct you to companies that have operations in your home country and to organizations based in your home country that have branches in the United States.