UNF International Center
http:www.bunac.org/usa- Work, intern or volunteer abroad
http://www.iinternship.com- international internships
An international career can be the opportunity of a lifetime, but not everyone has the skills and attributes necessary to be successful at it. Some questions to ask yourself include:
-Do I enjoy experiencing new things? -Am I able to adapt to different cultures? -Do I know a foreign language? -Would others say that I know how to persevere? -Am I an independent person? -Do I have a degree and/or practical skills in my field?
If you answered yes to those questions, an international career might be just what you’re looking for. After deciding to pursue an international career, there are several ways that you can prepare yourself to be the best possible candidate.
There are several fields where an individual might choose to work abroad. Depending on your area of interest, please visit the links above to find out more about each specific field. I-to-i: Volunteer Opportunities in Africa, Asia, Australasia, Latin America. TEFL/TESOL Courses and Teaching English Abroad support packages. .
Paid China Internships- TEFL/TESOL career in China.
CRCC Asia- Internships and language programs in China
http://teacherport.com- easy way for teachers and new grads to find teaching jobs abroad
Jobs In Canada-- "Career Jet"-- an employment search engine for Canada. Gives the job seeker access to a massive selection of job from various sources
IES Abroad- IES Abroad offers more than 100 Study Abroad programs worldwide for college students.
United Nations/World Bank/International Development OrganizationsHow to Apply for an internship with the United Nations
How to get a junior position with the United Nations
Tips for writing CVs and cover letters
Guide to volunteering
10 tips on career paths in humanitarian work
10 false myths about working at the United Nations
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