Developing Customized Career Resources for International Students

Supporting International Students on Campus: Part III

Topics: Student Affairs, Career Services, Student Experience, International Students, Special Populations

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About the Webconference

Many international students hope to stay and work in their host country after graduation, but they encounter a variety of obstacles including complex visa regulations and differences around cultural norms and workplace expectations.

Traditional resources like career fairs, networking events, and internship programs are often targeted to domestic students without addressing international students’ unique concerns. In this session, the last of a three-part series, we share some of the innovative practices we found to support international students in their career development.

Presenter: Molly O'Connor