Today’s marketplace is truly globalized. Working internationally has become a common everyday occurrence - whether working domestically at home or living abroad in another country...clients, customers, and colleagues may be anywhere in the world!
Discovering opportunities that matches your international interests and goals is a process which begins with some of the same essential steps as a domestic search; Identifying your interests, skills, and values, obtaining relevant experience, goal setting, and the creation of quality resumes and cover letters is just the beginning when it comes to the international job search process.
Additional factors to consider when breaking into an international career can include:
How can the Career Center help me get started on seeking an International Career?
The Career Center provides a number of programs to assist students with their professional development needs; career exploration opportunities, skill development workshops, networking events, and employment fairs. The annual International Career Networking Night is a collaborative signature event at Emory for facilitating connections between students and professionals who have a shared interest in international careers.
Going Global offers specialized information on jobs and internships in many countries across fields, industries, and organizations. Going Global also provides invaluable resources on employment trends, interviews, work visas, and country-specific resumes. Additionally The Career Center maintains a Career Resource Library which offers a wide variety of resources for you!
The Emory Alumni Association is strengthening relationships among students and international alumni by supporting International Alumni Chapters, an Alumni Directory and the EAA Linked In group.