Once we find an appropriate Host Company for you and a Visa Sponsor, you will embark on one of the most memorable experiences of your lives. Here are some internship tips that will help you stand out and excel. Make sure you understand the rules, regulations and security issues and be sure to follow them.
Welcome to 2014, also known as the Year of the Wood Horse. This year, we resolve to take good care of those of you already training in the States. We are excited to meet new international candidates and continue to make great internships happen. Happy 2014 and best wishes from the IIUSA team!
Black Friday, Cyber Monday, eating, shopping… It’s so American to spend one’s free time being an uber-consumer. It’s a cultural experience that you must take part in at least once during your J1 internship program. But did you also know about American giving, the powerful spirit of volunteerism and the pay it forward culture of
J1 internship or J1 training? It used to be that these two terms meant the same thing and were used interchangeably. In normal non-J1 life it is still the case. In the J1 world, changes started happening few years back when the US Department of State made laws that strictly divided younger, less experienced candidates (interns)
If you LOVED your J1 experience and one question keeps lingering in your mind: “Can I repeat my J1 internship?” Good news is that you actually can. That’s right, it’s actually possible to repeat your J1 internship, and not just once but many times. Unlike some other J1’s, J1 internship and training visas are not once-in-a-lifetime
It’s not often that I find a good J1 intern story on the web and I remember my 18 year old self searching for internships in the US and frantically looking for any sort of “human” feedback from J1 interns who have “been there” and seen it all. What is it like to be a