The following is a piece from J1 Graduate, George Egleston – a recent arrival to NYC who snapped up a sales role in just a few short weeks. The search began 4 months prior to my departure to New York City. I reached out to numerous organizations, alumni, contacts, blogs, social network and job websites…anyone […]
We recently sat down with Ronan Martin to get his tips for J1 Graduates moving to NYC. Ronan is a New York based B2B Digital Marketing Strategist specializing in SaaS and ICT. Having lived in Sheffield and Chicago, as well as New York, Ronan has extensive experience working abroad. Find him on LinkedIn or Twitter
Why Host an International Intern/Trainee? Many employers are not aware of the added value foreign interns can bring their business. By hosting an international intern, not only will you provide them opportunities to gain valuable skills and knowledge, your business will also benefit from their unique international perspective and skills. Benefits to Your Business Cultural […]
Quite possibly the most valuable thing you can do if looking for a job here in New York is networking. We Irish are a bunch that tend to look out for each other and have quite an already established network of connections here. Whether it be Irish American or born and bred Irish, we’re here […]
If you want to have the best possible chance to secure an interview with a US company, you’ve got to tailor your CV accordingly, or as they say in America, your ‘resume’.
Before seeking any job, internship or traineeship in the United States it’s very important to know the visa process inside out so you have an awareness of what lies ahead and also to be able to explain it to any possible US company/organization at interview stage. Believe me, knowing this in advance saves any misunderstandings […]