Preparing for a cross-cultural negotiation requires the same careful preparation, and done properly, preparation and a willingness to adapt to new processes can help a negotiator. This blog article considers some essential steps to effective cross-cultural negotiation.
There are many ways you can go about looking up if an organization has sponsored an H1B visa in the past 5 years. One example being GoinGlobal, which you can access through our website here. Perhaps an easier option to add an extension to your browser.
When searching for a job, you may feel like you’re not qualified enough to get it. But you are. Here’s how to take your doubts and struggles and turn them into strengths, according to Aimée Eubanks Davis, founder and CEO of Braven.
In our final day of International Student Career Week, we cover interviewing, salary and additional negotiating, and accepting a job offer.
Today’s presentation focuses on U.S. Job Search Strategies.
Learn how to format and write your resumes and cover letters! This session is geared towards US based jobs. Click here for the example resume and cover letter used during this presentation. We also shared an action verb document, you can see it here.
International Student Career Week (ISCW) consists of a series of workshops and presentations for International students to learn about the job search in the U.S. IN this presentation, learn what you need to plan for regarding CPT, OPT, and H-1B processes. Presented by International Student Support Services. Click here to take a look at the […]
This article goes over your rights and strategies for navigating the conversation if a potential employer does as you an illegal question in an interview.
Your immigration status can impact your ability to get a job, go to college, or remain in the United States. Check out this site to find out information you need to know about your rights and how to get legal help. It also covers how to become a U.S. citizen and other information on work visas.
The CSU Career Center has put together a list of professions that generally require state licensure. These may include testing, fees, and may be prohibitive to individuals who are undocumented.
The National Conference of State Legislature site overviews licensure states that have acted to reduce barriers for immigrants to obtain professional licenses through legislation, the governor’s office or creating a task force.
CSU students who have a strong desire to be engaged in entrepreneurship can pursue this 24-credit minor developed for business and non-business students.