- * The Riley Guide
Although not specifically international, this is an excellent compilation of profession-specific resources on the web. See resources for specific industries and occupations.
- * Chronicle of Higher Education
For academicians the Chronicle is the best source of job listings (for the well-qualified; most positions require a Ph.D. or professional degree). Much of the site is accessible only to subscribers. Also check with discipline-specific professional associations.
Arts: Architecture, Performing, Visual
- U-M Architecture International Studios
Offers architecture studios abroad. U-M office located in the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 2150 Art and Architecture Building. Telephone: 734.936.0221.(For U-M architecture students only.)
U-M Art and Design International Programs
- For U-M School of Art and Design students only.
- National Endowment for the Arts
The NEA's International Partnerships Office offers programs to promote international exchanges in the arts.
Most overseas job sites list plenty of business jobs, though most require experience.
- U-M Ross School of Business Global Initiatives
Global Initiatives at U-M's Ross School of Business offers global business courses, international internship programs, and semester exchange programs to U-M undergraduates from all schools and colleges. Also offers global business courses and exchange programs to MBA students.
- William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan
U-M's William Davidson Institute offers a number of international internships and projects. Most are for U-M M.B.A. students, while some are open to U-M graduate students in related disciplines. (For U-M graduate students only.)
- * AIESEC - U.S.A. and AIESEC Worldwide
AIESEC (from the French acronym for the International Association of Students in Economic and Business Management) is an international student-run organization which offers approximately 5,000 paid internships each year in business and other fields in over 80 countries. Site has links to chapters worldwide. Note that application for AIESEC internships is possible only through campus chapters.
- AIESEC-Michigan chapter
U-M students should contact this office. (For U-M students only.)
- U.S. Chamber of Commerce: International Division
Not a jobs site, but a useful organization for anyone interested in international trade.
Environment and Natural Resources
- Envirolink: The Online Environmental Community
Site has links to hundreds of environmental organizations worldwide.
- S.D. Gateway (Sustainable Development)
Not only environmental, this outstanding site will be of interest to people in a number of fields, from policy and international relations to development and nongovernmental organizations. Try a search using internship or desired location. Has links to job sites.
Health: Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Public Health, Social Work
- U-M Population Fellows Program
The Population Fellows Program, funded by USAID, offers 2-year assignments abroad for young professionals in various public health-related fields. It also offers GAP Mini-Grants to fund overseas projects of current graduate students related to family planning, population and environment. Eligibility for all programs is not restricted to those affiliated with the University of Michigan.
- Overseas Opportunities in Social Work
Minority Health and Health Disparities International Research Training Program (MHIRT)
U-M MHIRT offers summer research internships abroad in health-related areas for underrepresented U-M undergraduate and medical students. (For U-M students only.)
- U-M Global Reach
U-M Global Reach offers opportunities for overseas research and clinical rotations as well as funding. Located at 715 E. Huron Street, 2nd Floor West. Telephone 734.998.6827. (For U-M Students in the Medical School only)
- U-M Global Health
U-M Schools and units involved in Global Health
- American Medical Student Association Global Health Action Committee
AMSA's site lists overseas internship and volunteer programs, including options for premed and other health sciences see International Health Opportunities section. Site includes an excellent online guide to fundraising, useful for all students.
- Global Health Council (formerly National Council for International Health)
One of the main professional associations for U.S. organizations working in international health. Publishes the online Directory of Global Health students and internships and extensive links to member organizations.
- Minority Health and Health Disparities International Research Training Program (MHIRT)
At the National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities. Programs available at around 30 universities offer opportunities for underrepresented students to do health-related research abroad.
International Educational Exchange
- * NAFSA: Association of International Educators
The largest and most helpful professional association for those interested in careers in international educational exchange. NAFSA has an online Job Registry, and also announces jobs through e-mail lists which can be subscribed to from their website.
- Teaching Abroad for Qualified Teachers
- Teaching Abroad Without Certification
International Relations, International Organizations, Public Policy
- Overseas Opportunities in U.S. Government Foreign Affairs
- Internships with the United Nations
- Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy
International policy-related job listings.
- APSIA (Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs)
These are some of the top graduate schools offering advanced degrees in preparation for international careers. Website links to these schools and search the Career Services offices of the individual schools for international work.
- U.S. Agency for International Development
Work in international economic and social development through this U.S. government Agency. Offers careers and internships throughout the world.
- * U.S. Department of State
How to work for the U.S. diplomatic services. The State Department offers 1,000 internships annually, student work programs, and special fellowship/internship programs such as the Foreign Affairs Fellowship and Fascell Fellowship. Site also shows how to apply for career positions.
- U.S.A. JOBS
Official employment website of the U.S. Government. Many departments such as Commerce, Treasury, C.I.A. and others offer international career opportunities.
- U.N. and International Organization Employment Information
Provides an extensive overview of employment with the U.N. and other multi-government international organizations, with links and job announcements. (A U.S. Department of State site.)
Website of the Swiss-based U.N.jobs Association, an association of current and former staff of the United Nations as well as international and non-governmental organizations. Lists current vacancy announcements from U.N. agencies and other related organizations around the world. A search using internship brings up announcements of internships.
- The W.W.W. Virtual Library: International Affairs Resources
Not designed as an employment site, this website has the most comprehensive set of links for international relations.
- Women in International Security (WIIS)
Women in International Security is dedicated to enhancing opportunities for women working in foreign and defense policy. WIIS offers a jobs hotline for members (student memberships available).
- Woodrow Wilson International Fellowship Foundation
Information on several multi-year scholarship-internship programs for students, especially women and minorities, interested in careers in international affairs.