Studying, volunteering, working, and traveling abroad can be great experiences to add to your resume and talk about in interviews. Today’s round up of resources focus on just that topic! International experience can help you build skills that employers value. Skills such as problem solving, cross-cultural competency, and interpersonal skills, just to name a few.
If you’ve studied abroad, we highly recommend stopping by our office to talk about how you can incorporate your abroad experiences into your job search materials. Here are a few resources just to get you started.
- How to Get an Internship Abroad (InternQueen)
- 3 Tips for Your Internship Abroad (USA Today College)
- Studying Abroad Can Boost Your Employment Chances (Levo League)
- Linking Undergraduate International Experience to Your Future Career (UMTC Learning Abroad Center)
- How to Market Your International Experience (UW-Madison L&S Career Services)
- Put Your Travel Bug to Work (Peer Into Your Career)
- All Things International (Our Pinterest board with a collection of great resources)
- International Adventures (Archives from Peer Into Your Career including Zach’s experiences and reflections of his study abroad experience in London)