For the purpose of this guide, an “international career” is a career that requires interactions with people of diﬀerent countries and cultures. Based on this deﬁnition, an international career does not necessarily have to be located overseas, and, in turn, a job overseas is not necessarily an international career. With this in mind, this section presents career resources, much broader in scope than those in the “Majors” section, and considering that most international careers do not have pipeline connections with speciﬁc majors, having exposure to a wider range of careers is crucial for discovering possible careers of interest, no matter your desired major.
Every week, the IRC brings distinguished professionals to share their expertise and career pathways with us in our International Career Series and Your Global Future programs. From curators in museums specialized in international art to business professionals in global risk management, we aim to bring you closer to the numerous global experiences that may inspire you to start your international journey. Explore our upcoming programs or dive into our past offerings by accessing our International Career Series and Your Global Future pages.
*Click on any of the “Video Resources” options below to view our past programs and learn more about each Career.