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Global Engagement

Generally, international students are not permitted to work in the United States, thought there are some exceptions. Please note that in EVERY case the Center for Global Engagement must be notified BEFORE you begin working. In addition to the opportunities below, students can apply for work permission based on severe economic hardship. Please contact Jesse Phillips for more information.

IMPORTANT: Working in the United States without permission could result in a temporary or lifetime ban due to being considered illegally present. For a comprehensive look at international student employment, please click here.