Careers & Recruiting
Work & Study Abroad

Fisher’s Office of Global Business offers the best opportunities for Fisher students to participate in an internship or study abroad program.

Additional resources are offered below.

  • Global Job Search Resources

    The following links were organized to help you in your global job search. Refer to the categories below for links specific to a particular geographic region.

    General Sources

  • Goinglobal Online Resource

    Goinglobal career and employment resources include world-wide job openings, internship listings, industry profiles and country-specific career information.

    More than 30,000 pages of constantly-updated content is included on topics such as: work permit/visa regulations, resume writing guidelines and examples, employment trends, salary ranges, networking groups, cultural/interviewing advice, corporate profiles and worldwide job listings... plus much more! Access Goinglobal by logging into FisherConnect.

  • Steps to Take Before You Go Abroad and While Studying Abroad

    Before You Go Abroad

    1. Connect with Career Management and let us know your plans

    • Let us know that you will be seeking a full-time job or internship while abroad
    • Get an early start by developing a list of target companies

    2. Create a professional Skype account

    • Add Career Management to your contact list: fishercareermanagement

    3. Become QUIC (Qualified Undergraduate Interview Candidate)

    4. Conduct strategic networking ahead of time

    • Search for job/internship postings on FisherConnect

    Identify company branches near your study abroad location

    • Set up “job-alert” notifications with

    5. Seek pre-departure interviews

    6. Update FisherConnect

    • Upload your new cover letter, resume, and Skype name in the SAME document
    • Do this right before you leave

    While Abroad

    1. Check FisherConnect regularly

    2. Be selected for an interview

    • Contact Mark Wilson to set up a Skype
    • Check the status of jobs/internships for which you’ve submitted your resume for pre-screening

    3. Network!

    • Make use of local career management office
    • Network with local companies
    • Create country specific resumes if applicable (for more info, check out Going Global)