Job Search Sites
Explore the websites below to get started searching for jobs and internships in China and around the world. It's a good idea to visit these sites from time to time and get familiar with the types of opportunities out there, and understand what kind of experience employers expect to see from recent graduates.
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|General Job Search Sites|
|Indeed.com||Job Search sites for various countries|
|Entry Park||usually use blind posting method|
|The Guardian||Worldwide opportunities (search by location)|
|前程无忧/51 job||Jobs and internships in China|
|智联招聘 / Zhilian Zhaopin||Jobs and internships in China|
|应届生求职网/Yingjiesheng||Jobs and internships in China|
|http://www.ihipo.com/||Find Internships, Jobs and Graduate Programs abroad|
|Hello Intern||Lots of virtual internships|
|Search by experience level|
|Wayup||Summer Internships, General Internships and Entry level jobs in US|
|Gradconnection.com||Global graduate job / internship search page|
|实习僧/Shixiseng||Internships in China|
|刺猬实习/Ciwei Shixi||Internships in China|
After you become familiar with the job boards listed above, you can also try the proactive job search strategies below in order to identify hidden opportunities.
- Attend on-campus events such as the Career Fair and On-Campus Recruitment Programs, to employers and learn about new sectors and opportunities.
- Volunteer for a cause to gain experience and skills that will build out your resume. The NYU Shanghai Community Engagement pages are a good place to start.
- Reach out to your network. Somebody might know someone in an industry you’re passionate about.
- Speculative applications can impress an employer and show that you are proactive and resourceful. Write to an organization that you would love to work for, even if they haven’t posted any job openings.
- Check our Graduate Destinations report to see what NYU Shanghai alum are doing and get some ideas.
Working While Studying Abroad
Here are some resources to help you gain internship and working experience while studying away:
- Wasserman Career Development Center helps students find career opportunities in North America
- Visit Global Internships to learn about internship programs at each of NYU’s global sites
- Office of Global Services for US visa and immigration guidance.
- NYU Shanghai students who are non-US citizens are eligible to participate in an internship or on-campus research through the 1 credit summer practicum course.