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Robert Vega, Director FAC 18 / 2304 Whitis Ave. Stop G6200 78712-1508 • 512-471-7900

Going Global

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Going Global is an excellent resource for students interested in traveling and working within the U.S. and abroad. Going Global provides 400,000+ employer and industry profiles for several major U.S. cities and select countries. Learn about the culture of foreign countries and discover job and internship opportunities. In addition, research information regarding visa requirements and gain insight on resume and CV writing. This guide highlights several features to help maximize your experience with Going Global.

ACCESS

Going Global may be accessed on-campus by students, faculty, and staff via the Liberal Arts Career Services Going Global site. Liberal Arts students may also access Going Global when off-campus by visiting their BTT Gateway account and clicking on the External Links Tab (see image below). To access Going Global off-campus, a personal account is required. Click [Create A Personal Account] in the upper right hand corner of the page and using your mail.utexas.edu or austin.utexas.edu email address follow the straightforward steps to set-up your account. You will receive an email with a log-in to receive direct access to your account, which will also allow more personalized access and the ability to bookmark pages. For security purposes, a new account must be established every 6 months.

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FEATURES

Country Specific Guides: Research 30+ country specific guides and discover insider tips on a country's culture and research opportunities with top employers. Learn about the visa requirements and recommendations for writing your resume or CV. Review employment and industry trends, profiles for the top employers, and local newspapers to gain insight on local and national events.

USA/Canada Specific Guides: Research 40+ city guides to find information on the cost of living and local industry and employment trends. Discover the top employers, local nonprofits, and job and internship possibilities. In addition, review information on work permit and visa requirements and discover employers that have submitted the greatest number of H1B visa petitions.

H1B Visa Information: Discover the Top 250 employers that have applied for the H1B Visa by city and state. This information was collected from records at the Department of Labor, which is a government agency responsible for H1B submissions.

Employer Directory: Review 400,000+ profiles for employers within 20+ industries in the U.S. and abroad. Search by your preferences of location, employer size, and financial (sales) performance. Discover the employer's contact information and description of mission, product, and/or services.

Jobs and Internships: Review job and internship opportunities for 30+ industries within the U.S. and abroad. Search by region and country or by city and state. Conduct a worldwide search of nonprofit organizations through the idealist.org partner search option.

QUESTIONS
Contact our office at 512-471-7900 or lacs@austin.utexas.edu or schedule an appointment with a Career Coach by calling the number listed above.

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