Career and Professional Success provides support and resources to all UNH international undergraduate and graduate students. In addition to the on-line information and links found here students are welcome to make appointments with career advisors. We can discuss job & internship searching, resume writing, interview preparation and more.
Working in the U.S.
If your goal is to work in the U.S. either while studying at UNH or after you graduate you will need to be very familiar with the laws and visa regulations. You can discuss some of this with the career advisors at the UACC but you should work closely with the staff at the Office of Students and Scholars in Thompson Hall.
Job Search Support (Online resources)
Job Searching Tools for International Students
UNH subscribes to Goinglobal. This database can be helpful in identifying potential employers who have hired international students to work in the US as well as other countries in the past. It is not a database of currently open jobs. Goinglobal is accessed through your Wildcat Careers account. Use your Blackboard login information with Wildcat Careers.
- How To Use the H1B Visa Employer Search in Goinglobal
- The Career & Internship Fairs host employers who indicate that they hire international students. Check the fair directory in Wildcat Careers fair for that information.
UNH Resources for International Students
- Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS): visas, employment, legal, transition issues. Contacts: Thuy Nquyen, Leila Paje-Manalo, Elizabeth Webber
- English as a Second Language (ESL): questions about English proficiency, language acquisition & English language learners. Contact: Katherine Earley
- Navitas: student recruitment and support. Contacts: Sarah Spates, Bobbi Gerry
- Counseling Center: adjustment, support.
- Memorial Union Building (MUB) Student Organizations and Leadership Education & Training. Contact: Maryanne Lustgraaf
- Writing Center: for students no longer enrolled in ESL classes. Contact: Edward Mueller
- Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA): support and programs for multicultural students. Contact: Sean McGhee
- Residential Life: on-campus residences. Contact: Mary Faucher
- Health Services: health care for UNH students and a faculty staff clinic. Contact: Kevin Charles
- Disability Services for Students: for all students with documented disabilities. Contact: Michael Shuttic
- Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP). Contact: Amy Culp
- UNH Police. Contact: Paul Dean
- UNH Chaplains
- Interpreters/Translators servicing UNH students: The Lutheran Social Services Language Bank, Southern NH Area Health Education Center