Interested in finding a work or internship opportunity during or following your studies? Learn more about eligibility and application procedures to ensure you have the necessary work authorization before starting any employment .
On-Campus Employment >
F-1 and J-1 international students may work on-campus during their studies. Learn more about this on-campus work authorization and how to acquire the documents you need to get to work on-campus.
Practical Training for F-1 Students >
F-1 international students may participate in off-campus practical training to acquire additional experience in their field of study. You'll learn more about Curricular Practical Training (CPT) and Optional Practical Training (OPT) here.
Academic Training for J-1 Students >
J-1 international students may participate in off-campus academic training to acquire additional experience in their field of study.
Unpaid Internships and Volunteering >
Volunteering is an important part of American culture. Before participating in a volunteer experience, ensure you know the difference between unpaid work requiring work authorization and community service.
Economic Hardship Employment >
In some cases, students who can document severe economic hardship caused by circumstances beyond your control may be eligible for permission to work off campus.