University & College Career Services
ASC Career Services Office
Career help for International Studies and Globalization Studies majors is provided by the College of the Arts and Sciences Career Services Office. Students can use these services during their undergraduate study and up to four terms after graduation.
Where are you on your career path? Let us help you take the next step. Career Connection offers individual career counseling, career assessments, career exploration, job/graduate school assistance, workshops and group counseling, and a career exploration course, ESCE 2272.
Going Global is a feature available through FUTURELINK. Once you have set up an account, you can access job and internship postings all over the world! Tips on preparing a country specific resume, information about cultural norms, and listings of companies are also provided. You can also search jobs by major cities in the United States and Canada.
Access Going Global and the USA/Canada City Guides through your FutureLink account
- Go to FutureLink and click on “FutureLink Student Log in”
- Use the same log in credentials as Carmen, Buckeyelink, etc
- Forget your password? Contact 8HELP.
- At the bottom left of your FutureLink homepage, click on the icon for Going Global or USA/Canada City Guides (note: USA/Canada City Guides can also be accessed through the Going Global portal)
International Studies maintains a library of publications totaling over 800 pages for students to consult when exploring careers and internships. Students are encouraged to stop by the department office and look through our career resources.
International Studies students are encouraged to complement their academic curriculum with the experiential learning provided by an internship. Students can earn academic credit towards their major.
There are many routes to establishing a career path in the world of work. It can be very helpful to forge contacts in the real world with professionals currently working in the field you wish to enter. Joining such organizations and becoming an active member provides you with an opportunity to interact directly with established practioners in your desired profession.
Study and Intern Abroad
International travel can greatly enhance your resume. The Office of International Affairs offers many types of study abroad programs including short-term, semester and year long programs, and internships. International Studies majors can use credit from these programs towards major requirements! We have two new internships offered Summer 2014 to Dublin, Ireland and Geneva, Switzerland.
Teaching abroad [pdf] after graduation is one way to transition to the world of work which benefits not only yourself but others. Service to others makes the world a better place.
Volunteering [pdf] is an excellent way for students to enrich their resume or graduate school application. Agencies and organizations all around the United States and the world seek the energy and enthusiasm of young adults.
World of Work (Getting Started with Researching Jobs)
The World of Work [pdf] publication is a resource to get you started reasearching jobs. This publication provides links to local, national and international agencies in the fields of Diplomacy, Humanitarian Assistance, Government and Security.
Add a Minor!
Consider adding a minor to your academic plan to enhance your credentials in a given field of study. For example, those majoring in World Economy & Business might want to consider completing the Spanish Business minor in addition to a minor in General Business. Another example is to add a Geographic Information Systems minor to your Security & Intelligence major. Begin exploring the many minors offered through the College of Arts and Sciences!
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