The IPA program is just one way for GPC students to prepare for the global workplace.
* = Denotes local resources, based in Atlanta / Georgia.Bi-National Chambers of Commerce in Atlanta*
There are currently 32 bi-national chambers of commerce actively involved in Georgia's international business community. These organizations work to assist their members develop business contracts, and they foster, promote and develop commercial relations and exchanges between Georgia and their countries.
Georgia International Leadership Conference*
Designed for international students and U.S. study abroad student currently enrolled at Georgia colleges and universities. The conference aims to leverage these student's international experiences to promote leadership, cross-cultural communication, and building social networks. Students will participate in cultural simulation games, be exposed to principles of leadership, and have a better understanding of their leadership style.
A website run by a team of individuals who have experience working outside their home countries. Provides information about internationalizing your resume, and searching for jobs over seas.
Publication providing news, information and analysis of interest to Atlanta and the Southeast's international business community. Includes a weekly newsletters covering international business developments and international news, and an international Calendar of Events. Global Atlanta works to help facilitate through publications, the communication, networking and organizational activities of the Atlanta international business community.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Do you know the specific training needed for your career field? Do you know what people working in your field can expect to earn? Do you know where the jobs in your field are? Find answers to these questions and more.
Career in Languages
Resources for job-seeker with foreign language skills in 8 major career areas. Includes information on companies conducting business internationally, translation agencies, dubbing and subtitling agencies and more.
CET Employment Opportunities
Job listing for graduates with study abroad experience.
International Jobs Center
Provides limited job listings (to non-members) in such fields as: international health care, international development, international engineering and international education.
MLA Modern Language Association Job Information List
Searchable electronic database of full-time academic job openings in postsecondary departments of English and foreign languages. The database is updated weekly. Access is by departmental membership in ADE or ADF; individual subscriptions are available for those who are not students or faculty members in ADE- and ADFL-member departments. The site also career and jobs market information, guidelines for job seekers and hiring departments, and ADE and ADFL online job counseling.
A member organization promoting international education and providing professional development opportunities in the field of international education. Includes a Job Registry with job postings in United States and Abroad on their Career Center Page. http://www.nafsa.org/career center/
Online magazine and publications providing information on working and living overseas, long or short term employment and internships.
U.S. Department of States Careers
Includes current vacancies, career navigator, and registration for the foreign service officer test.
Working Abroad: Finding International Internships and Entry Level Jobs
Report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.