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Experience life in the U.S. as you develop professionally.

 

Overview

 

Our Career Advancement Program offers international university students, recent graduates and young professionals the opportunity to Intern or Train with a U.S. business.

 

These structured and guided training programs offer the chance for cultural immersion in the U.S. and professional development in a specific academic or occupational field.

 

The main purpose of this exchange visitor program is to foster global understanding through educational and cultural exchanges. All Interns and Trainees are expected to return to their home country upon completion of their program.

 

Eligibility

 

Our Career Advancement Program works with applicants for both the Intern program and Trainee program. We carefully review each prospective Intern and Trainee on a case-by-case basis. Take a look below to learn more about eligibility for each program.

 

Intern Eligibility

 

Currently enrolled in an accredited university or certificate program outside of the U.S. in their occupational field.

 

OR

 

Graduated from an accredited university or certificate program outside of the U.S. in their occupational field no more than 12 months prior to their requested program start date.

 

Trainee Eligibility

 

Graduated from an accredited university or certificate program outside of the U.S. in their occupational field more than 12 months before their requested program date AND has at least 1 year of related full-time work experience outside of the U.S.

 

OR

 

Has at least 5 years of related full-time work experience outside of the U.S.

 

Contact us today to learn more!

 

WHO COMES ON THE

EXCHANGE VISITOR PROGRAM?

 

Participants are young leaders eager to hone their skills, strengthen their English language abilities, connect with Americans, and learn more about the United States. Most individuals choosing to come to the United States on the Exchange Visitor Program are funded privately. The program includes a cultural component that gives participants the opportunity to engage more broadly with Americans and share their own cultures with their U.S. Host communities. They return home eager to stay connected, to expand their networks, and to explore future exchange opportunities as “citizen ambassadors.”

 

More than 300,000 participants from almost every country in the world come to the United States on the Exchange Visitor Program each year. Eighty-five percent are 30 years of age or younger. Fifty-five percent are women or girls.

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