International Students

Career Preparation and Search Resources

International Careers Consortium:  Advice for Non-US Students "When in the hiring process do I reveal that I'm an international student?" an article by Adrienne Nussbaum, Assistant Dean for International Student Services, Boston College

International Student City:  Career Center
This site offers career and job hunting tips for international students. It addresses four major obstacles to finding a job in the U.S.: employers who don't want to sponsor, interview trouble, language difficulties and lack of previous U.S. work experience. This site also offers a job placement service for international students. NOTE: There is a $300 fee if they find you a job and you accept it. Be sure to thoroughly review their FAQ section.  Student Job Center
Search  for employment opportunities posted on the "International Student Forum," refer to the "Country Work Guides" for country-specific advice about the job search process, get resume writing advice and more. 


Visas, Employers and Job Posting Resources

  • Going Global H1-B visa database is available exclusively for UW-Stout students in CareerLink under the "Additional Resources" tab. 
    • Listings by state or major cities (metro)
  • Search the most recent H1B Visa Report to identify employers who have sponsored H1B visas. This report includes the following lists by status, job title, work state, work city, occupation and industry
  • Indeed World Wide: Search for positions world wide
  • Database of American Employers for International Professionals
  • Foreign Labor Certification Data Center: H1-B Disclosure Data:Use this site to identify employers that have sponsored H1-B visas in the past. Search by company name or state

UW-Stout Resources

Office of International Education