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To learn more about job search strategy for F-1 international students, visit https://www.icaway.com/ In this episode, I'll share with you the right strategy to look for jobs when your 90-day OPT unemployment allowance is running out. One important thing that makes International Students' job search different from domestic students is work authorization. To be eligible to work after graduation, international students need to apply for their Post-Completion Optional Practical Training or OPT. Whether you are a STEM or non-STEM student, US federal law limits the period that you can be unemployed when your OPT starts. The limits are 90 days for post-completion OPT. It counts both weekdays and weekends. If you travel outside the U.S. like visiting home, your time spent outside the U.S. also counts as unemployment. I want to focus on this topic because there has been a lot of career advice out there for international students on social media channels Recently, a few students of mine shared a post from a social media influencer on Instagram. This person shared a job search tip for international students who need to find jobs within 90 days They gave this advice. Quote Unquote “Put all your effort and time into companies that will actually sponsor your visa” This is totally misguided. Be careful of wasting your time by following the advice from content creators out there who do not actually have hands-on experience coaching international students. They just post the content because you want to hear it and it's not necessary to be good advice. With your OPT, remember that you don't need a company that promises to sponsor you right away. Your OPT is your work authorization. You can start working part-time or full-time without sponsorship. You don't need to ask for sponsorship right away. Job hunting within 90 days is a time crunch if you're not familiar with the US job market. Even for domestic job candidates who do not have work visa barriers, securing a dream job within 90 days could be challenging. First, know the options that allow you to stay past the 90-day period. The term “employed” for your OPT is not as specific as you might think. First, this employment needs to be related to your field of study. But whether it is Paid or unpaid job - it doesn't matter! As long as the responsibility is related to your major, this employment will help stop the 90-day unemployment allowance clock. If you cannot find a paid full-time job, look for other options, such as temporary jobs, volunteering positions, or internships that will allow you to remain in the USA. Maintain your status first and continue your dream job search! Please always contact your International Student Services Office at your college or university. Your DSO is the person who can approve if the job is compatible with your OPT. Now, let's listen to this episode to learn more about how to find jobs within 90 days. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/icaway/support
Doctoral student, Tiao Hu, joined the podcast to provide her perspective of choosing and pursuing a PhD as an international student. We talked about her process choosing a PhD program. Then we talked about the challenges for international students in finding housing, securing a job, reviewing school districts for children, and creating a social network. Then we talked about potential higher education barriers, such as choosing an advisor and registering for courses. We finished our discussion talking about how her PhD program has been well suited to help her, areas of weakness, and upcoming job search.
Speaker Trump Gun laws in Canada make us not a serious country International students making videos in hindi teaching others to scam food banks Criminal gangs operating within the federal government? Sure, but it's probably fine? Quality of life in Canada dropped from 7th in 2014 to 26th under Trudeau Me on Telegram https://t.me/realCanadaPoli Me on Rumble https://rumble.com/user/CanadaPoli Me ... Read More The post 1192 Speaker Trump, International Students Food Theft, Criminal Gangs in the Gov and More appeared first on CanadaPoli.
International Students Milly Chu (Singapore), Shine Macwan (India), and Mariam Basta (United Arab Emirates), share their experiences of attending Rutgers during the COVID-19 pandemic. The group also talks about their decision to study in another country, and why specifically Rutgers, as well as plans for life after college.
To learn more about job search strategy for F-1 international students, visit https://www.icaway.com/ I grew up in Bangkok, Thailand and when I moved to the U.S. in 2014, I was so excited about starting my new chapter! But after months of job hunting, I became very frustrated and disappointed because it was not easy to land my dream job since I wasn't born and raised in the US! I didn't know how to market myself! I didn't know how to communicate my brand to American employers. I didn't know how to make people like me enough to eventually become referrals for my dream company. Nobody gave me proper advice about how to communicate my work authorizations as an immigrant! I experienced unique barriers that most American friends of mine will never understand! I evaluated my situation, I came up with a new game plan and finally discovered how to market myself as an international professional. I built new connections from scratch and secured a 6-figure salary job at one of the big four consulting firms in Chicago. The firm said they receive about 500,000 job applications a year and only 3.5 percent of them get hired and I got hired. This is what I'm here for! At ICAway, my mission is to help YOU achieve the same outcome I want to help international students or first-generation immigrants overcome their obstacles and be able to successfully market themselves to American employers. If you are a school advisor advocating an IS career, I really admire your dedication and hard work in supporting the international student community! I'd like you to know that ICAway is here to support you and your work in order to achieve our common goal - helping international students launch their first career in the US. This is the new season of the ICAway podcast that's designed to help international students launch their first career in the US. The international student job search situation is very unique! When compared with domestic students, International students have to deal with more intense time constraints in their career search. like having to get hired within 90 days after the OPT work authorization starts, and getting work visa sponsorship before the expiration of their OPT. This podcast will help you start making the right gameplan, and build a career brand and networking strategy. You need a game plan because success happens when you start early, follow a proven strategy, and never give up. Let's start by looking at some true stories of people that have used the information that I will be discussing in this podcast. They are international students at ICAway who landed their dream jobs at top global companies because they had solid career brands and networking skills. All of them bypassed all the traditional job application processes because they know how to optimize their career brand and network with the right people. In our next episodes, I'll start sharing the formulas they use to help them land their dream jobs. Stay tuned! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/icaway/support
CBCs Holly Conners hits the ice as International Students at Cape Breton University get schooled in the sport of sledge hockey.
As the year comes to a close, this week, we are talking about the international student experience and mental health. Our Guest: Chienye Onyeagucha – is a second-year health science student and the President of the Nigerian Student Association at the university of Ottawa Follow the Nigerian Student Association on Socials @nsa.uottawa ____ Visit our website to learn more about #MentalHealth or to learn how to support someone else in need: https://mentalhealthforeveryone.ca/
Dr. Aditi Paul began her journey in the U.S. as an international doctoral student from India and although she struggled initially with the demands of her program, she quickly turned her life around to become a star academic researcher who became known for studying online dating on US campuses. Aditi uses her multidisciplinary background in computer science and communication studies to examine the impact of using human-centered technologies like social networking sites and online dating services. Her research has been published in top academic journals and has been featured in prominent media outlets such as The Washington Post, Women's Health, The Telegraph, Huffington Post, NBC News. This episode features Aditi's experiences of being an international student, of navigating a thorny immigration pathway, and eventually becoming an advocate for international students and of course her new book which is about the current culture of online dating, especially on campuses. But the conversation also ended up being delightfully surprising and funny, where Aditi reflects on issues such as identity and the imposter syndrome, the publishing journey, book publicity, and so much more! This episode is also a must-listen for any aspiring or established academic. researcher or author as Aditi offers a refreshingly candid take on how to navigate the complex field of academic publishing, and how to market and brand yourself as an author. Episode Themes: Aditi's interesting and surprising journey from being an international student to being a researcher, professor, and author of an academic book on online dating on campuses. Aditi's transition from studying computer science like many other Indian students but moving on to the field of communications. Reflections on the academic and immigration-related challenges international students face and whether they are truly positioned to succeed in the U.S. A behind-the-scenes candid look at the academic publishing process and why publicity and marketing matters. Aditi's advice for international students on navigating the educational and immigration journey. Ways in which Aditi is advocating for and supporting international students and immigrants. Episode Resources: Connect with Aditi: Twitter, LinkedIn Aditi's book: The Current Collegiate Hook-up Culture My book: America Calling: A Foreign Student in a Country of Possibility Sign up for America Calling: my take on the intersection of education, culture and migration Connect with me: LinkedIn, Twitter
Rajika Bhandari is an international higher education expert, writer and speaker. She came to America, from India, to further her education. Her award-winning Memoir, America Calling: A Foreign Student in a Country of Possibility, came out 2021. Bhandari joins host Chris Lyon to discuss the experiences of many international students here in America, and the issues that they face.
Limi Simbakalia (they/them) is a manager at a media company and the producer and host of the podcast “Take This Rose or Take an L.” Originally from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Limi talks about navigating an American college campus as an international student, discovering their queer identity and working through imposter syndrome. Limi's Socials: IG: https://www.instagram.com/itmeanssunshine/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/itmeanssunshine "Take This Rose or Take an L" podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/5QVh5cte4sAJM9FIBG1VAg https://www.instagram.com/takethisrosepod/?hl=en https://twitter.com/TakeThisRosePod Protests on St. Olaf College campus: https://www.mprnews.org/story/2017/05/01/st-olaf-students-boycott-classes-protest-racism https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/grade-point/wp/2017/05/01/protests-erupt-classes-canceled-after-racist-notes-enrage-a-minnesota-college/ https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/grade-point/wp/2017/05/10/a-racist-note-sparked-protests-at-a-minnesota-college-the-school-now-says-the-message-was-fake/ Thank you to Gabe Ford-Dunker for the music. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/annie-prafcke/support
Siddarth Balanchandar who's an international student at CBU in Sydney talks about his roommate who tragically died in a fire over the weekend. Suzanne Fougere with Events East Group brings us an update on the World Junior Hockey Championships that are coming soon. And on the phone-in: Samatha Taylor from Dalhousie University talks about budgeting over the holiday season.
A sneak peak to the international students podcast. This podcast is an interview between Micheal and Prudhvi discussing about the lifestyle of the international students and few difficulties which they faced while they first arrived at CMU.
Navigating the college application process can be confusing- even more so if a student wishes to study in a different country. Today's guest, Annabella Goshen, works with students across the globe to help them with the paperwork, interviews, and deadlines when applying to colleges as an international applicant. Her insights and advice will provide students and their families with all the information they need to navigate the college admissions process. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/college-scoops/support
A deputy principal says international students may be deterred from enrolling in schools here if new NCEA literacy and numeracy tests are too hard to pass. From 2024 teenagers must pass tests in reading, writing and maths in order to achieve any level of the NCEA. Macleans College deputy principal Tina Mair spoke to Kim Hill.
A deputy principal says international students may be deterred from enrolling in schools here if new NCEA literacy and numeracy tests are too hard to pass. From 2024 teenagers must pass tests in reading, writing and maths in order to achieve any level of the NCEA. Macleans College deputy principal Tina Mair spoke to Kim Hill.
A new Australian-first program will help address shortages in the labour market by connecting international students directly with NSW employers across the nation's largest and most diverse state economy. Minister for Enterprise, Investment and Trade Alister Henskens explains more about this. Minister Alister Henskens's responses in English are voiced in Tamil by Mr Basil. - சர்வதேச மாணவர்களை வேலைகளுடன் இணைக்கும் புதிய நிகழ்ச்சித் திட்டம் நியூ சவுத் வேல்ஸ் மாநிலத்தில் முதன்முதலாக அறிமுகமாகிறது. இது தொடர்பில் NSW மாநில தொழில்முனைவு, முதலீடு மற்றும் வர்த்தகத்துக்கான அமைச்சர் Alister Henskens அவர்களோடு உரையாடுகிறார் றேனுகா துரைசிங்கம். ஆங்கிலத்தில் அமைந்துள்ள அமைச்சரின் பதில்களை தமிழில் தருகிறார் திரு பசில்.
Millions of students worldwide go abroad for higher education every year, and U.S. colleges have long been their top choice – but that may be under threat. International education expert Rajika Bhandari says the country's immigration policies often ignore what these students bring to the table: bolstering college bottom lines, diversifying classrooms, and building the economy. Rajika spoke to Ben about her memoir, “America Calling,” and how she'd like to improve the “troubled tango” between the United States and the international students who call it home. Higher Ed Spotlight is a podcast, sponsored by Chegg's Center for Digital Learning, that aims to explore the future of higher education today.
Calgary immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah discusses updates and news for international students in Canada. Evelyn covers information international students need to know about studying and working in Canada, and what Canadian employers who hire international students need to know including:foreign students on a study permit can now work up to 40 hours a week due to the labour shortagehow international students can benefit from the experience category of the Canadian Experience Class to apply for permanent residencebenefits of an academic program that provides international students a minimum of 12 months of work experiencewhat Canadian employers need to know about hiring international students on a study permit
When it comes to immigration, so many people are unaware of their rights when trying to enter the United States. But immigration attorney Cynthia Santiago, is going above and beyond on educating communities who are often misinformed. We talk to Abogada Santiago about the advice she has for undocumented immigrants who are seeking citizenship and those who could be facing deportation. Cynthia also gives an update on immigration laws that are currently going through congress. Follow Attorney Cynthia Santiago: IG: @AbogadaSantiago Facebook: Facebook.com/AbogadaSantiago Contact: 800-615-9096
In this tutorial, Bisola shares her experience as an online international student studying at the University of Edinburgh. We discuss: Why she chose MSc Epidemiology at the University of Edinburgh 5 practice tips that helped Bisola pass IELTS (she scored 7.5 in writing!) The most difficult part of her journey All about her experience […] The post Bisola's international experience at the University of Edinburgh appeared first on IELTS Podcast.
Why is a young student still stranded in a Polish refugee camp with her infant son, months after making arrangements to resettle in Fredericton? We catch up with Faith lgogo for an update.
With a sneak-peek episode of A Roadmap to CMU: Guides for international students, Prudhvi Pudi asks all international students to contact CM Life to share stories, experiences, and tips from their time in Mount Pleasant. Contact us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to share your stories!
Ryoma Ono wants to eliminate the "information gap" faced by international students so that they can get the best out of their experience of studying abroad. - 留学の際に直面する「情報格差」をなくしたい。その思いから、留学プラットフォーム『全人類留学計画』を設立し、世界中の留学生を繋げる活動を行っています。
Look at your options: what place has all of this: a) fantastic weather - and clean air! b) great universities and c) a serious need for international migrants? That's Australia! Call Y-Axis Middle East (+971-0-42-48-3900) today! You can learn more at https://www.y-axis.ae
The last two years have been tough for most of us in Australia. The impact of COVID and multiple lockdowns have many struggling to keep a check on both their mental health and identity crises. Why were so many international students, migrants, asylum seekers and refugees left behind during such a difficult time? Why should anyone have to be resilient to ask for basic needs? To get answers to some of her questions, Dilpreet speaks with Samantha Ratnam, Leader of the Victorian Greens. This interview is a part of our new series 'Coping with COVID', where we aim to highlight the mental, physical, social and financial recovery of South Asians in Australia post lockdowns. Tune in! Visit our website: https://southasiantoday.com.au/Buy us a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/southasiantodaySupport the show
Welcome to the new season of The Doers Podcast, where leaders from across the business spectrum share ideas about how to help build your organization whether working in the non-profit, public or private sectors you will hear tips from emerging or recognized leader that is sure to lighten or inspire. Join our Discord community https://discord.gg/PQGN4U9sVU In Collaboration with Charles Darwin University https://www.cdu.edu.au/ Guest: Sushan Khatiwada International Student Advisor - Charles Darwin University https://au.linkedin.com/in/sushan-kha... Host: Anup Ghimire Founder and CEO at Viewfinders Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anup-ghimire As always, we're a new podcast with a lot to learn so send us your thoughts, comments, and suggestions either by email (email@example.com)
In this episode, we speak to Sam from the University of Hartford about opportunities and facilities for international students. We discuss: Facilities available for international students English requirements for prospective international students What is the community like for international students at the University of Hartford Covid precautions put in place on campus Frequently Asked […] The post Guide to studying at the University of Hartford for international students appeared first on IELTS Podcast.
Haggeye members Abdul Eneser and Kerry Burke shared their student experiences with Amelia for International Student Day. If you're a blind or partially sighted person living in Scotland, aged 16-27 years old, you can join Haggeye to share your experiences, make new friends and campaign and raise awareness of sight loss. For more information or to confirm your space call 07821 637 317 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Image: RNIB Connect Radio logo
For international student day, Member of Scottish Youth Parliament, Haggeye member and Physics student Eilidh Morrison joined Amelia to talk about being a blind university student. If you're a blind or partially sighted person living in Scotland, aged 16-27 years old, you can join Haggeye to share your experiences, make new friends and campaign and raise awareness of sight loss. For more information or to confirm your space call 07821 637 317 or email email@example.com. Image: RNIB Connect Radio logo
Professor Kalpana Shankar, Professor of Information and Communication Studies, University College Dublin, and one of the first woman of colour to be promoted to full professor in Ireland & Dr. Amanullah De Sondy, Head of Department and Senior Lecturer in Contemporary Islam, UCC
Episode 328 is the 3rd episode in a series of Looks Inside the NCAA, NAIA & NJCAA webistes. Today we send you directly to the Guides for the College-Bound Student-Athlete on each website. These websites are free resources that will help you in your recruiting journey. Both the NCAA and the NAIA websites have pdf guides that are updated yearly and the NJCAA website has a page on the site that leads you to helpful answers. The NCAA guide is a 40 page pdf and the NAIA guide is a 7 page pdf. In this episode I go through a majority of the pages in these helpful guides. The contents includes What is the NCAA?; How to Use this Guide; NCAA Sports; Scholarships; National Letter of Intent; Thinking of Going Pro?; Our Three Divisions; Time Management; Initial Eligibility; High School Timeline; Student Registration; Test Scores; Transcripts; Equivalency Tests and Diplomas; What is a Core Course?; Nontraditional & Online Courses; Grade Point Average; Questions to Ask; Division I and Division II Academic Standards, Sliding Scale and Worksheet; Division III Requirements; Amateurism; International Students; Home School Students; Education Impacting Disabilities; Important Recruiting Terms and Recruiting Calendars. The 7 page NAIA guide has a list of NAIA sports, Knowledge about the NAIA participation experience, What's the difference about NAIA recruiting, Can I visit a campus for a tryout?, What about letters of intent?, Admission standards, What about financial aid?, and Questions for parents to ask. Please share this episode with another high schooler or a family. Click Here to join the Recruit-Me Monthly Newsletter. Get monthly tidbits of recruiting advice and education. In honor of the all-new Recruit-Me.com website, The Athletic Scholarship Podcast is offering the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System for only $89. Take charge today. Recruit-Me.com Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System FREE Recruiting Power Pack QRRecruiter.com promo code RecruitMe5 CollegeCoachesOnline.com promo code RM123 Listen to Past Episodes of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast NCAA.org NAIA.org NJCAA.org
Assistant Professor Sunyoung Park, from the Department of the Geophysical Sciences, researches a wide range of topics in seismology, including deep earthquakes and the development of novel approaches to studying the earth's internal processes. Professor Park talks about how she discovered her interest, her childhood in Korea, and her career path to becoming a University of Chicago professor.
What you'll learn: How to use our resources to navigate your path to the RD in the US Extra insight on the pathway options and how they are different Your first steps to becoming a dietitian in the US Links Mentioned: How to Become a Dietitian - this includes the guide and the program database https://www.allaccessdietetics.com/registered-dietitian-dietetics-program-database/ Get Matched Coaching - allaccessdietetics.com/get-matched-coaching Accredited Programs Directory - https://www.eatrightpro.org/acend/accredited-programs/accredited-programs-directory Do you want support in navigating your unique path as an international student or dietitian? For international applicants, we include individualized coaching calls to help you in our Get Matched Coaching Program. Learn more about Get Matched Coaching here: Allaccessdietetics.com/get-matched-coaching
Voices in the episode in order of appearance:Josh Paskewicz, Talent Acquisition Manager at HylantAllison Garcia, Talent Acquisition Leader at HylantKevin Ray, Vice President of Learning & Development at Erie Insurance GroupMeaghen Paterson, District Sales Manager at Erie Insurance GroupWill Kegg, Insurance & Risk Management Student at University of Cincinnati, GIS Chapter PresidentBenjamin J. Kegg, Information Technology Student at University of Cincinnati, Executive GIS MemberMary Jo Zimmer, User Experience Manager at Erie Insurance GroupLee'a Thigpen, Information Technology Supervisor & IT Intern Program Lead at Erie Insurance GroupLearn More!https://www.gammaiotasigma.org/https://www.gammaiotasigma.org/sustaining-partners
We're continuing our series today entitled “The Nations Next Door” where we've been exploring how God is bringing people from every nation to our backyards. Last week we heard from Matt who shared with us the opportunities for the Gospel presented by the increasing presence of international students on US college campuses. Today we'll be hearing about a very practical way that the local church can engage with these international students. Friendship Families is a ministry supported by our church that seeks to connect American families with international students currently studying at local universities. Through these connections, we desire to be a welcoming blessing to these students in the hope that it opens opportunities for sharing the Gospel. Go! Podcast is a part of Liberty Bible Church Global ministry. Visit our website at www.findliberty.net.
From the challenges of cooking with minimal dorm appliances to the nostalgia for a home-cooked meal, this week's Meat and Three takes us to the college campus dining hall. We will learn how to make a delicious meal out of one's favorite mug and microwave and the lengths one will go to for a beloved family meal. We will also explore the difficulty of finding culturally relevant food on campus, as well as the often unspoken reality of food insecurity for students and one man's mission to end hunger around the world. Further Reading:You can hear all about the College of the Ozarks' Experiential Culinary Education program on Episode 35 of Eat Your Heartland Out.Learn more about Dr. Amy Bentley's research here. Listen to Joelle's full appearance on My Family Recipe and read her original essay on Food 52. For more of Candace Davison's dorm cooking expertise, check out The Easy College Cookbook and The Collegiate Cook. Keep Meat and Three on the air: become an HRN Member today! Go to heritageradionetwork.org/donate. Meat and Three is powered by Simplecast.
Those who want to study in Canada have to jump through a lot of hoops in order to secure education, and that doesn't include the nominal fees that come with being an international student. One of the big things is the heavy restrictions on the amount of hours an international student is allowed to work when studying in Canada, but now, it's looking like the federal government is looking at lifting those restrictions. Dr. Mikal Skuterud is an Economist at the University of Waterloo and joined Alex to talk all about it.
We're continuing our series today entitled “The Nations Next Door” where we've been exploring how God is bring people from every nation to our backyards. This phenomenon has opened amazing doors for the advance of the Gospel among all people such that we have never seen before. Today we'll be speaking with someone who works in one of the most common spaces welcoming the world to us - our college and university campus. During the 2019-2020 academic school year, international students on US campuses numbered over 1 million. This population represents an incredible opportunity for the Gospel.Go! Podcast is a part of Liberty Bible Church Global ministry. Visit our website at www.findliberty.net.
How do you apply for grad school as an immigrant and what are the different visas and options that international students have in the USA? Listen now! Enrica moved to the USA about 5 years ago from Italy. In this week's episode, we go over the different challenges that she experienced as an international student, the options that she found to work and study in the USA (the CPT and OPT visas), and how is entering the corporate world in the USA as an immigrant. Enrica is giving us tips and recommendations based on her journey that if you are an international student or if you are planning to move to the USA they will be super helpful!Thank you for listening! To connect with us in Modern Immigrant:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/modernimmigrant/Shop our merch: https://www.modernimmigrant.net/shopConnect: https://www.modernimmigrant.net/Youtube: https://youtu.be/0kQsO745JmgSupport the show
This week we begin a new series that we're calling "The Nations Next Door." Over the next four episodes, we'll be looking at how significant numbers of people from unreached areas are increasingly emigrating to the United States. This phenomenon has opened up unprecedented doors for the local to church to have an impact for reaching the lost. To start our conversation, we'll be speaking with Kirk Reynolds. Kirk serves as Associate Director with The Navigators in their Nations Within ministry. Nations Within seeks to minister to people and groups in the United States who's cultural or ethnic identity are different from the majority cultural. For more information on The Navigators in their Nations Within ministry, visit their website at: www.navigators.org/mission/navigators-nations-within/Go! Podcast is a part of Liberty Bible Church Global ministry. Visit our website at www.findliberty.net.
Improving a student's sense of belonging and connectedness is a powerful force for good—and measurably improves enrollment, inclusion, and retention. A higher sense of belonging improves students' excitement, confidence, and commitment related to college. The first year experience begins with the admissions and application process, before the first year even truly begins. Many of us will soon be facing early and priority admissions deadlines for next fall. Now is the perfect time to take a strategic approach to student success through creating a space for building intentional connections. This episode explores the creative ways CSUN is working towards increasing student yield and ultimately student success through community building. Listen to a case-study of how to build a student-driven sense of belonging using the Near Peer peer-to-peer engagement platform. Near Pear is a virtual peer network that reinforces a sense of belonging and community throughout the student lifecycle, resulting in increased yield, reduced melt, and improved persistence.Host: Stephanie Krusemark, Vice President of Enrollment Management Illif School of Theology Guests: Dustin Manocha, Founder and CEO Near Peer Aaron Lindberg, Director of AdmissionsCalifornia State University-Northridge
The hardest thing you will ever do? As an international student, I'd say most likely getting a job after graduating, especially if you're under pressure with your OPT. The fear of losing the huge investment of studying abroad and not getting a job after graduating is overwhelming. To help all of you out there, we're bringing back an episode where we invited Sammy Hejazi, an Associate Director at Wayfair and an International Student Advocate. Sammy was an international student himself and today he shares his personal journey and advice that he wish he had known when he was looking for a job. We delved into the answers for all these questions: Which mindset should you have? How important is your GPA? How should you be spending your time? Why are you not hearing back from your applications? How do you build a new support network? And more! Listen to this episode now, share with a friend that might need it too and leave a review. Need extra help? Schedule a FREE Career Strategy Session with my team of experts TODAY and get closer to landing your dream job. Let's connect! I want to hear from you, so please do NOT hesitate to reach out to me on LinkedIn. Episode Produced by: Sofia Rojas
Imagine for a moment that you are born in a country where you are a member of the majority group. Perhaps it is a country in Africa, Asia, or South America. You do well enough in your English studies that you decide you want to attend a university in the United States. Perhaps you are … Continue reading Episode 210: Jane Bruin – “Racism in the American Context.”
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In this episode, we speak to Christina Cavage and Christina Khan from the University of Central Florida about the international student experience at UCF. We discuss: What life like is in Orange County, Florida The process from inquiry to getting on campus for international students 5 reasons why international students should study at the […] The post The international student experience at University of Central Florida appeared first on IELTS Podcast.