The CLDC welcomes all international students to use career coaching, leadership coaching, and mock interview services. We have worked with many international students seeking to build skills and prepare for employment opportunities. We also collaborate regularly with International Student and Faculty Services to make sure our resources are relevant to students' career needs and goals. Schedule with a coach using the Handshake platform. Visit our About Handshake page to learn more about the tool and how to log in the first time.
ISFS provides information and assistance on immigration matters; acts as a liaison with sponsoring agencies and foreign governments; provides information on campus and community services available to international student and faculty members; and promotes intercultural exchange programs between international students and the University community.
The Academic and Global Communication Program provides academic and global communications assistance to students at Ohio University. It also offers international programs in cooperation with several universities around the world.
Job search site also features information about different employment visa types.
Search employers who have previously hired employees with H1B status. Additional databases are linked on this site for additional searches.
Use this tool to conduct salary research by position type and location. A cost of living calculator is also available.
This site allows you to create pay report for your position based on your job type and location.
The Women’s Center offers multiple program and event opportunities to support female-identified students, staff, and community members. Popular offerings include international women's coffee hour, mentoring programs, She Leads OHIO workshops, AAUW Start Smart Salary Negotiation workshops, and numerous empowerment and support initiatives.
The programs and policies that help organizations successfully recruit, retain and promote diverse employees are strengthened by inclusive company cultures and management accountability for results.
To be ranked in the top 50, companies have to demonstrate diversity related to talent pipeline, talent development, leadership accountability, and supplier diversity. Additional lists feature top companies for LGBT employees, people with disabilities, veterans, executive women, women of color, diversity leadership, and specific industries and initiatives.
The Best Workplaces for Diversity list focuses on the experiences of women, people of color, LGBTQ people, employees who are Boomers or older, and people who have disabilities. To determine the Best Workplaces for Diversity, Fortune partnered with the people analytics firm, Great Place to Work®, to analyze anonymous survey feedback representing more than 4.4 million US employees.
Reviews of workplaces written by the women who work there.