Internship and work opportunities abound for the student who would like to explore job and career choices in a new cultural setting.
American corporations with foreign offices are a possibility for many mature, degree-holding jobseekers, especially if you have foreign language skills, previous experience with other cultures, and practical knowledge of the place and people where you will be living and working.
Suggested Sites: WorldTeach is a non-profit, non-governmental organization based at Harvard's Center for International Development, providing opportunities for individuals to make a meaningful contribution to international education by living and working as volunteer teachers in developing countries. No teaching or language experience required. Programs in: Chile, China, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Marshall Islands, Namibia and Poland at http://www.worldteach.org/.
More international career opportunities are available at http://www.4icj.com/ and other various international job links where students can post/search resumes or CVs and search job vacancies, or seek opportunities and information on telework, temporary positions, internships, seasonal jobs, au pair, volunteering and government jobs.