The job search can be difficult for anyone, but may be particularly hard to navigate for international students given the United States Immigration Laws. Our office is dedicated to providing resources for international students to help make the process easier.
PLACES TO START YOUR SEARCH
- The University of Tulsa International Student Services
- Location: 800 South Tucker Drive, Tulsa, OK 74104
- Phone Number: 918-631-2329
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- The University of Tulsa Golden OpporTUnities –Going Global Database
- Sign into TU Career Services at https://www.hiretugrads.com/
- Click on Going Global at the bottom of the opening page
- Going Global is designed to support international job seekers and professionals with a great array of original country-specific career information.
CONSIDER JOINING A PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION
- Academy of International Business (AIB): aib.msu.edu
- Business Council for International Understanding (BCIU):bciu.org
- International Agency of Economic Development (IAED): iaed.org
- International Chamber of Commerce (ICC): iccwbo.org
- American Immigration Network–The United States Immigration services for individuals, business and organizations by a team of experienced, licensed immigration attorneys. Complete immigration do-it-yourself kits
- Foreign Labor Certification–Allows you to view the H1B Labor Certification Database to identify employers that do not have policies that prohibit them from interviewing or hiring international applicants seeking sponsorship.
- Foreign MBA– Specifically targeted to international MBA students.
- MyVisaJobs–Allows users to search for companies (by keyword or industry) that have recently filed for H1B visas.
- The World Factbook–The World Factbook provides cultural and historic information for 267 world entities. This resource can be excellent for students who are considering working abroad, but want to know more about countries of interest.
- VisaDoor–Provides information on companies that have filed for H1B visas.
These websites are not associated with, sponsored, or endorsed by The University of Tulsa. This sheet is provided simply as a suggestion for students conducting their own job search, not as a decision-making aid. Students should consult with counselors, parents, and/or other trusted sources.