More International Opportunities & Career

Some key ways to make the most of your UNH education and to advance your career is to stay informed, get connected and plan ahead.

The Center for International Education is conveniently located next to the MUB in Hood House, also home to the University Advising and Career Center (UACC).  Professional advisors trained in career counseling can take you through the steps to plan for your future.  One of their many helpful tools is the four year planner that can inform your plan of study meetings with an academic advisor.  The UACC conducts many helpful programs to help market yourselves.  We strongly recommend that you attend the UNH Career Fair (each spring), resume review workshops, and interview coaching information meetings.  

Talk to us about your goals so that we may provide you the information and resources that are critical to rounding out your degree program at UNH, such as work, internships, volunteer, and teaching opportunities abroad. UNH students have achieved great success with approved providers such as Boston University, IES or CET Academic Programs.  

If you are an International Affairs (IA) dual major or have an interest in international career, check out the What can I do with this Major section on the UACC website, read our alumni profiles or talk to an IA advisor about our alumni network.

Every student should be proactive!  Go to academic advising with ideas and questions. Engage in a dialog about how you can make the most of all of these opportunities.

Social Media

CIE strongly recommends that you join our Linkedin group.  To expand your prospects, consider joining the UNH Alumni Association LinkedIn group and search for alumni in careers or geographic areas of interest.

Friend CIE on Facebook so that you can receive up-to-date information about our activities and events.

Follow CIE on Twitter and send us a link to your photos so that we may add them to our Pinterest board.

International Career Employment Weekly

International Jobs Center compiles a weekly comprehensive list of international careers and development jobs, available through subscription only. If interested, contact CIE for login access.

Going Global

Access Going Global  via Wildcat Careers (GG button is on the Wildcat Careers login page), it can be used to look for jobs internationally (or domestically).  Search by country to find out about visa requirements and gain insight into cultural norms and employment trends.

UNH Resources

WWW Resources

Abroad View"the global education magazine for students"
AIESEC
the world's largest student-based organization spanning over 90 countries and 700 universities that offers a database of international internships and volunteer positions

Cultural Interships in Greece

Five week internship at a variety of cultural institutions. Knowledge of either ancient or modern Greek is welcome, but not reuired. Only current freshman, sophomores, and juniors are eligible. The minimum GPA is 3.0. Deadline: February

Cultural Vistas

Multinational professional development program that includes eight-week summer interships in Argentina, Germany, and Singapore. Must be U.S. citizen with junior or senior status. Minimum 3.0 GPA, no prior study abroad experience. Academic or practical experience (volunteer or work) in sustainability, environemntal awareness, engineering, and related sciences. Prior knowledge of host country (applicable to Germany and Argentina only). Deadline: February
Glimpse Abroadonline community of young adults living and studying abroad
GoAbroad.comcomprehensive international education and alternative travel databases
IAESTEa program of The Association for International Practical Training dedicated to developing global skills in tomorrow's technical leaders
InterExchange FoundationChristianson Grant is open to individuals who have sought out and arranged their own work abroad programs. Proposed programs must be at least six months in length and emphasize a work component. Deadlines: March, July, October
International Volunteer Programs Association (IVPA)list of resources from an alliance of non-governmental organizations involved in international volunteer work and internship exchanges
Laura W. Bush Traveling FellowshipFor projects to conduct work in a foreign country related to the mandate of UNESCO – using education, natural sciences, social and human sciences, culture, and/or communication and information to build strong ties among nations. Must be enrolled in an accredited U.S. college or university, US citizen age 18-25, grant period 4-6 weeks in length. Deadline: February
MONETOSshares updated information on the intricacies of European social and financial systems to provide an overview of European society
MastersPortal.eu
online searchable database to find international masters’ programs in Europe
Transitions Abroadresource for work, study, travel, or live abroad opportunities
University of California, Irvine  (Study Abroad Center)information on international work, volunteer, internship, research, and teach options
University of Michigan International Center (Study, Work, Travel)
advice and tools on how to begin considering and evaluating the best options for you
University of Minnesota Learning Abroad Centeronline resources for work, internship, and volunteer programs. Deadline for volunteer abroad programs: October/November