In today's job market, it can sometimes be difficult to make yourself stand out from a pile of prospective applicants. However, individuals that have studied abroad have an immediate competitive advantage over applicants that may not have any international experience. That is why it is imperative to learn how to communicate and present your study abroad experience on your cover letter, résumé, and during an interview.
To help with this, we have created a Career Resources Guide, which is jam-packed with everything you need to make your study abroad journey shine in all your professional avenues.
The Career Resources Guide covers topics such as:
- Marketing your study abroad experience in your cover letter and resume
- Preparing for different types of interviews
- Careers in international education
- Accepting a job offer
- Applying to graduate school
- Going abroad again
To access the Career Resources Guide, please log in to your Student Portal, then click "Alumni Resources".
ISA is headquartered in Austin, Texas. We are always looking for passionate and energetic individuals to join the ISA team. In fact, many of our staff members are ISA alumni.
The minimum qualification for most ISA candidates is completion of a Bachelor's degree. Some positions require further qualifications.
If you are interested in working for ISA in the United States, please note that most positions are based out of Austin, Texas. If you are interested in a position abroad, you must have legal permission to work in the country of interest to be considered for employment.
Visit the Careers with ISA page to see up-to-date job postings and to submit your application.