International Students

Internship and job resources, the Career Center recommends that you research both companies that sponsor H1

U.S. immigration laws permit international students to be employed in the U.S. during and after a course of study. However, these regulations have specific requirements and restrictions. If you wish to work in the U.S. you must plan ahead! The Career Center advisors can help you with the different stages of your job search including your American style resume and job strategy.

It is critical that you work closely with the CSU-Pueblo Center for International Programs (CIP). Their staff is the campus expert on work permission and immigration regulations which are changing constantly. Check with CIP at every stage of your job search to avoid being offered a job but having no legal basis upon which to accept it.

Online Resources

Online Data Base of American Employers for International Professionals

Colorado State University-Pueblo Center for International Programs (CIP)

Career Fairs

Colorado State University-Pueblo Career Fair, Teacher Education Fair, and Internship & Job Fair are held annually on our campus. For a listing of dates and times visit our “Events” page.

Special Events:



Online Resources:

For internship and job resources, the Career Center recommends that you research both companies that sponsor H1 Visas and/or those that invest in overseas operations.  Here are a few online links that can assist you in that process:

H1 Visa Sponsors  (fee incurred)  

My Visa Jobs: Reports  and Database of listings

UNIWORLD:   Foreign Firms Operating in the United States ... This directory contains American companies that have a substantial investment in overseas operations - wholly or partially owned ... Searching the Uniworld database is designed to be simple.

Scholarship for USA30 companies that hire international students.

IMMIHELPHIB sponsoring companies.

FLCData Center (Foreign Labor Certification Data Center):  Access databases that you can download that include companies in the U.S. that filed for H1-B visas.

Jobline International:  Look for jobs and recruiters in international markets.

CNN Money:    100 best companies to work for.

Going Global (fee incurred):  Country specific information for finding international employment.