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OPT

OPT is a very important part of your education.   WE realize that you have worked hard, here in the US as well as in your home country’s educational system and you are now looking forward to a rewarding experience for your 12 month OPT Training.   Many of our long established companies that we have worked

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Diverse teams are most successful [STUDY]

Research shows that diverse teams do more than simply offer new ideas, they trigger more rigorous debate and processing of information. Katherine Phillips, an associate professor of management and organizations at the Kellogg School of Management, and her coauthors, Katie A. Liljenquist, an assistant professor at Brigham Young University, and Margaret A. Neale, a professor

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J-1 Internship PAID Opportunities in the US for International Candidates

Dear internship candidates, here are some exciting new J-1 Internship opportunities for you. All our internships are paid. Scroll down for instructions on how to apply. Japanese Intern needed in Pennsylvania Degree in Business Administration and or Marketing:  one year experience a plus Chinese Intern needed in Hawaii Degree in Marketing or other degree okay.

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Life of a global nomad

Last week, during my search of pin-worthy material for IIUSA, I accidentally came across the term perfectly defining who I am. I am what they call a “third culture kid”, also known as the global nomad. It is not surprising then that I bonded with Ramon, a global nomad in his own right, and asked

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How to host an intern: 7 ways for your company to host interns and trainees

Are you a business looking to find out how to host an intern from abroad? Here are seven tips from IIUSA on how to host international interns. Be a great host company for our J1 interns and trainees, and we’ll keep sending excellent candidates your way! Be clear on rules and regulations, especially arrival times,

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