In order to find an appropriate place to work abroad, students must do a lot of research to find out:
- Where can I go?
- How much does it cost?
- Does it fit my major?
- What kind of housing do they have?
- Do I need to know the language?
The Study Abroad Office and the Center for Career Development can help you with your search.
Below are some websites that you can use to search for the best program/work placement:
Goin' Global- provides country-specific career and employment information, including worldwide internship and job postings, corporate profiles, and career resources for 30 countries.
KEI- Knowledge Exchange Institute has affordable comprehensive programs that integrate courses, internships and cultural interaction.
ISA Internships (ELAP)- provides you with professional and personal development, focusing on high-quality, customized work experience designed to enhance your resume. All of our locations have the option to intern in English, allowing you to focus on developing your professional skill set. ISA's service learning and internship division, ELAP, offers opportunities to work at local organizations in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. All ELAP programs encourage personal and professional growth, develop language proficiency, and facilitate meaningful community engagement.
NRCSA Internships- This Study & Internship program typically combines a minimum 4 week Standard Group Language Study program followed up with a minimum of 6 to 16 week Internship Work Experience placement in the community. All opportunities will work in partnership with local people in a variety of community-based projects. This unique program offers exciting hands-on work opportunities, meaningful cultural immersion, and an enriching language program.
Transitions Abroad- The best time to seek paid or unpaid work in an international internship and to prepare for an international career is while you are a student or soon after graduation.
Dave's Cafe- A website for ESL/TEFL/TESOL students and teachers.