USC Price School of Public Policy

International Students

USC Price students at commencement

Many international students must negotiate additional challenges while pursuing their degree, particularly with regard to work or internships in the United States.

Our long history of serving a global student body means we have current and accurate information to facilitate job and internship placement.  It also means we have connections to employers who are pleased to work with our international students.

Please look through the following links, and contact us with any additional questions!

International Student Resources

Yearly H1-B Visa Employer Listings
Many international students want to know about organizations that will hire international students and provide sponsorship. The US Department of Labor allows you to view which employers applied for H 1-B visas over a five year time period. Search this database by state to get names, position titles and salaries.

 

Online Resources for Job Searching

The following sites will introduce you to various online job search tools and services:

The Riley Guide

 4 International Careers & Jobs

iStudentCity

Nira’s World Directory of Think Tanks

Professional Associations

USC Office of International Services

UN Department of Public Information / Non-Governmental Organizations

Philanthropy Careers