Resources for International Students

Find resources to help you in your U.S. job search.
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Your international student status means there are specific guidelines you must follow to land an internship and/or full-time position. In all matters regarding employment, your first and primary source for questions should be your academic advisor and the Office of International Education. In addition, below are several resources to assist you in your search.

On-campus career resources 

  • Handshake –  All employment opportunities are posted on UTA's job platform Handshake. Click here to set up an account or begin searching. 

  • Interstride –  An intuitive and powerful portal to support students' international journey. Log in, create a profile, and begin searching. 

  • Forage – Free, open-access, self-paced, virtual work experience programs. No experience or application is required. Check out our Career Development Course.

  • Weekly Internship Newsletter – Stay informed of the latest internship updates from the UTA Career Development Center. Subscribe here.

  • Microsoft Teams Internship Group – A teams resource group for all things internships. Join here. 

  • Office of International Education – Your number one resource for all your needs as an international student.
  • Schedule an appointment - Speak with a Career Consultant by scheduling an appointment using Handshake.
  • Utilize instructors – Professors and instructors can often provide information about how other students have used their academic training to find jobs or internships.
  • Writing Center – Offers free one-on-one tutoring sessions, specialized in-class and general center workshops, all with highly trained, competent writing consultants.
  • College specific – Check with your academic college to understand what career support they provide.