Exploring an element of your identity as it relates to your unique career development journey is important. You might be here seeking supportive groups and resources to help you navigate through the reflective or actionable stages of transitioning to life after SU.
Here are local, national, and/or global resources with brief descriptions on how and why you might be able to utilize them. Please keep in mind that these links are simply a small selection of all the resources available to you online.
LOCAL: Seattle U International Student Association SUISA
SUISA serves as a centralized hub for international communities (students, scholars, faculties, staffs and family members) at Seattle University. The aim is to better bridge international communities with domestic communities on the SU campus.
NATIONAL: Center for Global Education
The Center for Global Education promotes international education to foster cross-cultural awareness, cooperation, and understanding. Living and working effectively in a global society requires learning from an international perspective.
Vault is a career resource that enables you to research employers and industries, gain career advice as well as gain comprehensive career information and management tools. It includes access to: H1B Database
The H1B database can be used to identify American employers who have a pattern of seeking to hire international professionals with specific skills, enabling users to search for similar opportunities in GoinGlobal’s job database.
**TIP: It is highly recommended that you create a personal account on Vault so you can save favorites and have a more customized experience. Click on "Log In" at the top to sign up.
Whether you’re an undergraduate student, graduate student, or alumni within one year of graduation, the Career Engagement Office invites you to come in for an individual appointment to help expand and/or refine your exploration.