Online Courses for International Students

Help International Students Overcome Their Job Search Barriers

Our courses have helped 100+ international students overcome their key challenges and land their dream jobs in the US.


Define a career goal to increase chances of getting job interviews and job offers as an international student.

International students cannot simply choose to work in any role or any field they desire. They need to be strategic.

Due to the fact that US employers will have to sponsor international students in the future, applying for jobs as a generalist or in a non-technical role will not work in their favor. Besides, as an international student, to become eligible for their OPT, they also need to choose to work in a role that is aligned with their academic degree. 

This course will help international students define their career goal that helps increase their chances of getting job interviews and eventually get hired.

  1. Students will receive techniques of how to define clear career goals and build an understanding of how Human Resources professionals analyze candidates.
  2. Students will learn how to remain focused on a certain career path by doing research on market demand and linking their own experiences and skills to a certain position.
  3. Students will learn how to become desirable candidates in the eye of hiring managers based on their career goals and relevant experiences.
  4. Students will learn how to remain relevant to the needs of the employer by identifying the skills needed for their desired jobs and the key competencies of each role.
  1. How to increase the chances of getting interviews from job applications?
  2. How to start writing a job-specific resume?
  3. How to define what job I should target as an international student?
  4. How to start building my career brand?

Uncover the employer’s true needs for a position and customize answers during the interviews to fulfill those needs.

It can be extremely intimidating to network and be interviewed. It can be even more intimidating when you have a language and cultural barrier.

From a survey asking over 100 international students 

“Do you feel at ease and confident during a job interview in the U.S?” 

Only 10% of them said that “they feel very comfortable about it.”  

A job interview is one of the most intimidating recruitment processes for international students.    

This course will present techniques to approach job interviews strategically and help international students position themselves as a business problem solver.

  1. Students will receive techniques to create a conversation with interviewers in order to uncover the employer’s true needs for a position. 
  2. Students will learn how the entire hiring process works, beginning from how a position is opened up to the different components of the interview process.
  3. Students will learn how to customize their answers in a way that demonstrates to the interviewer that they are the perfect candidate for the job.
  4. Students will learn how to perform research in order to find out what the company culture is like so that they can position themselves as a good cultural fit.
  1. How to perform well during a screening interview?
  2. How to perform well during an in-person interview?
  3. How to create a conversation during an interview?
  4. How to conduct research on company culture?
  5. Which unforeseen obstacles might place someone out of their candidacy?

Become confident in building professional mentorship network in the US.

I launched a survey to over 100 international students across the US asking

“Do you have a mentor in the U.S.?”

10% of them said that “they don’t know what a mentor is.”   

75% of them said that “They do not have a mentor in the US.” 

and only 22% said “They have a meaningful relationship with my mentor(s).”

Finding mentors will give opportunities for students to improve essential skills and tap into a hidden job market, unfortunately, not so many international students know how to do that.

This course will help international students change the way they think about networking. Shift their mindset from thinking of networking as intimidating to something attainable and inspiring. They will also learn ways to build trust and engagement with professionals and turn them into their career advocates.

  1. Students will learn from the experience of an international student earning an internship opportunity via building meaningful connections.
  2. Students will learn techniques to overcome difficulties in building new connections in the U.S.
  3. Students will learn to perfect the art of asking and increase their chances of turning their new connections into strong ties.
  1. What is a “meaningful connection”? 
  2. What are the benefits of building meaningful connections?
  3. How can I start building meaningful connections?
  4. What happens if I don’t network in the U.S.?
  5. What are the options for networking? Online/In-person
  6. What are the effective methods of networking? 
  7. In my country, people don’t just randomly talk to strangers. What’s the best way for me to adjust to networking in the U.S.?

Courses Include:

30+ Compelling Videos from Coach Kwan, ICAway Mentors, International Students, and Animated Cartoons



80+ Quizzes and Surveys to Help Students Test Their Understanding and Evaluate Their Career Search Competencies


30+ Templates and Tools Designed to Support International Students with Their Career Search (copy/paste email, speaking scripts, worksheets, etc.)

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