Are you interested in finding opportunities to go abroad? There are many options for working, teaching, and
volunteering abroad and several steps to consider before you go. It is never too early to start planning, so check
out the following resources on campus to get you started.
Throughout the year, Career Services and other departments on campus collaborate to provide a package of events for students interested in going abroad for a short-term job and/or long-term career. Events in the past include a panel of individuals who have taught English abroad, a panel of professionals with international careers, a workshop on how to write an international resume, and more. For a listing of current events, please click here.
For more comprehensive information on international opportunities, go to these websites:
- 40+ country guides with topics on that particular country's employment trends, writing a resume/CV, and interviewing advice.
- 600,000 internship and job listings around the world
- Employer guide with 100,000 companies searchable by industry and location
Uniworld:* directory of multinational firms operating in both the US and overseas
University of Michigan International Center
*must be on campus to access
For Staff and Faculty:
Do you interact with students who want to go abroad in some capacity? Are you getting more questions from students on how to do so? A cross-campus committee, called the International Career Advisory Team (ICAT), was created for just this reason! Our purpose is to share knowledge and resources on international volunteer, internship, and job opportunities, both within the U.S. and abroad. Click here to learn more.