Posted on Friday, April 1st, 2016 under International Students, Living in the US
Many college-bound students who are interested in entering into the ranks of the United States Armed Forces consider attending colleges that offer ROTC programs. But not everyone who is interested in ROTC is a United States citizen. Here’s how the ROTC handles international students.
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Posted on Monday, April 22nd, 2013 under International Students, Jobs, Living in the US
An F-1 visa can complicate things for students looking for work in the summer.
As you might expect, there are a few rules you must follow if you want to get a job and maintain your F-1 visa.
The most important guideline to remember is that you cannot get an off-campus job during your first year in college. You may be able to get one after your freshman year, but you will need to contact USCIS first to get approval.
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Posted on Tuesday, March 26th, 2013 under International Students, Jobs, Living in the US
International students have several options for jobs, whether your goal is to generate income during college or get some experience to put on your resume.
All you need during your job search is an idea of the kind of work you want to do, and a basic understanding of your student visa, before you start applying for jobs.
From on-campus jobs to volunteer work, find out what’s right for you.
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Posted on Friday, January 4th, 2013 under International Students, Living in the US, Student Life
If you are an international student who has not yet used American social media, you may be missing out.
There are several platforms in the US that can make various aspects of college life easier, and they are all free to use.
Learn some of the types of social media American students use when searching for a job or just looking for something to do after class.
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Posted on Monday, September 10th, 2012 under International Students, Living in the US
International students: want more American friends?
According to a study written about in the Chronicle of Higher Education, more than a third of international students say they do not have close friends in the United States.
If you are among the international students who would like more American friends, take note of some tips for making friends in the US.
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