International Student Resources



Job Resources

  • Center for Disease Control (CDC)
    Posts opportunities for non-US citizens to work for the CDC through fellowship programs, as contract staff with companies with a viable contract with CDC, or as individual contractors.
  • Foreign Labor Certification- H-1B Program
    This Department of Labor page lists companies who have previously submitted H-1B visa applications; information is provided by fiscal year and is easily downloaded.


  • The Alan R. and Barbara D. Finberg Fellowship
    The application deadline is typically in early October. Fellows work at Human Rights Watch, based in New York City, Washington, D.C., or London. Fellows monitor human rights developments in various countries, conduct on-site investigations, draft reports on human rights conditions, and engage in advocacy aimed at publicizing and curtailing human rights violations.
  • American Association of University Women – International Fellowship
    The application deadline is typically December first. Fellowships are awarded for full-time study or research in the United States to women who are not United States citizens or permanent residents. Graduate or postgraduate study is supported. Several fellowships are available for study outside of the U.S. for members of the International Federation of University women.
  • The Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society’s Emerging Leaders International Fellows Program
    This program is for individuals with leadership training in the nonprofit sector. It is open to scholars and practitioners interested in building third-sector capacity in the United States and overseas. Fellows are based at The Graduate Center of The City University of New York, where they design and pursue an individualized research project and participate in a seminar with third-sector leaders. Specific topical areas are chosen each year.
  • Ford Foundation – International Fellowship
    The Ford International Fellowship identifies emerging leaders from marginalized communities outside the United States. IFP fellows represent historically disadvantaged groups, including racial, ethnic and religious minorities and people living with disabilities.
  • International Health Programs, Packard-Gates Fellows
    This program identifies leaders in family planning and reproductive health in Ethiopia, India, Myanmar, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Philippines, and Sudan. The goal of the program is to increase participants’ leadership skills and capacity. In addition, there will be a Spanish language leadership program for the countries of El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Southern Mexico. Phone 831-427-4956 Fax 831-458-3659.