Career Center Announcements
If you're interested in consulting, you have probably heard of the case interview. If you are exploring consulting as a potential career path and unfamiliar with the case interview, it is a component of the interview process where the employer is looking to see how you would analyze and solve a business problem. As you...
If you're interested in programming or software engineering, you'll likely experience one or more technical interviews with any given employer. The technical interview helps employers evaluate a candidate’s ability to use a technical skill in real time.
If you anticipate a technical interview this semester, check...
These are program through Counseling and Psychological Services and the International Studies Office that integrates the topics of multiculturalism and mental health.
International Students: Interested in Working in the U.S.? Do You Require Work Authorization or Employer Sponsorship?
U.S. Authorization Optional Employers in Handshake and at UVA Career Fairs
Are you an international student at the University interested in working in the United States and will require company sponsorship? If this is you, going to a career fair and searching Handshake for jobs can be frustrating at times because you may not be sure...
Handshake has made changes to the type of information they collect to determine if a student is qualified to apply for a position within Handshake. This change impacts international students.
A well-prepared resume and cover letter are essential to getting a job interview. For a U.S. job search, your resume and cover letter must conform to basic, generally accepted standards. The U.S. resume is succinct, including only information which is relevant to an employer's needs.
When should I share my international student status to an employer? How do I enhance my candidacy? Your questions answered here!
Given the shortage of U.S. work visas and uncertain climate toward immigration in the U.S., it is important that you also look for employment in your home country or another country/region in addition to your search in the U.S.
The job search in the U.S. requires research, reflection and implementing these strategies...
These are common challenges and misconceptions U.S. employers may hold about international student applicants.
This post is targeted towards students in a F-1 or J-1 visa status. However, other foreign nationals or those with newly acquired American citizenship or permanent resident status may find some of the information included to be both relevant and useful.
Are you applying for a job and need a federal resume? Not sure where to get started? Go through this blog post to learn more about this resume style.
Getting ready for Intelligence & Security Careers Week? Take a read through this post to learn more about the different employers that will be in attendance!
Make sure you don't encounter any technical difficulties during our Fall 2020 Virtual Career Fairs! Read our troubleshooting tips here.
Meet Your Education and Youth Development Career Community Career Peer Educator: Kirstena Lilley
Jobs and events posted by Tech Night Takeover employers.
Summary of jobs and events employers attending the consulting conference have to offer.
With interviews moving to a virtual format, check out these tips for a navigating a virtual interview:
Couldn’t make the August 3rd webinar on How to Prepare for Finance Recruitment with alumni and current Campus Recruiter, Kezia Gibbs? No problem! In this blog post, I have outlined Kezia’s top tips and tricks for landing your dream job or internship in finance!
Make sure that you are prepared for our (virtual!) Fall 2020 Consulting Conference and Tech Night Takeover! Read for technical details to implement in Handshake before you participate.