Finding Work in the U.S.
Immigration law makes it challenging for international students to obtain full-time work in the U.S. after graduation. Many U.S. based organizations value the diversity that international students bring to their organizations, however due to immigration law, organizations have difficulty employing international students.
On-Campus Jobs and Internships
MSU hires more than 17,000 students each year for part-time jobs and internships on-campus. Finding work on campus is easier for international students than it is to find work off-campus, due to visa regulations.
- Search opportunities on Handshake and learn about MSU departments hiring the largest numbers of students.
Home Country Search
- See the top companies where international MSU alumni work in their home countries
- Connect with MSU alumni clubs in your home country
- Research companies with locations in your home country and the U.S.
- Join MSU student groups affiliated with the country where you wish to work
- Obtain country and city specific career and employer information via GoinGlobal
Know your Work Authorization Options
F-1 or J-1 students (unless prohibited by J-1 sponsor) are eligible to work on-campus for 20 hours a week during the school year and full-time during vacation periods. Work that exceeds 20 hours per week on-campus or any work off-campus must be authorized by OISS.
- Review work authorization options for international students.
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