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How to Create Your International Career
A visual tool to help you navigate all the options for your global career path. Leslie Forman, an American living in Chile by way of four years in China, is collaborating with Ignacio Barcelo, a talented Chilean illustrator, to create a visual tool that’s as adaptable, open-ended, and visual as the Business Model Canvas, but focused on a different set of questions, specifically how to live and work in a foreign country in a way that suits you. Sign up for a list of 30+ international career resources.
Career Transition Support
Darcy Lear is a career coach who specializes in training foreign language students to highlight their linguistic and cultures skills in job search documents, professional school applications, and interview preparation so that they are standout candidates in competitive job markets. www.facebook.com/CareerCoachingLanguages
How to Write a Resume for an International Job– by Mary Anne Thompson
For most international careers, you will need to modify your resume depending on the country, culture, and customs specific to the place you are hoping to work and live. This article gives invaluable advice and tips for putting together a resume for a potential job abroad.