Bunac offers work- and travel-abroad programs in places such as France, Ireland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. They also have volunteer programs in South Africa, Peru, and Cambodia. Bunac allows you to experience the everyday life and culture of other countries through work and travel.
The Fordham Office of Career Services has partnered with Going Global to assist students in searching and applying for jobs abroad. Going Global has online country guides and research tools with country-specific career related information to prepare you for your future work abroad.
Center for Cultural Interchange - Opportunities that focus on personal development, volunteer service, environmentalism, fair trade, and cultural exchange.
Association for International Practical Training - Information for International students on how to obtain an internship in the US
Back Door Jobs - Short-term jobs, internships, and unique work experiences abroad
CDS International, Inc. - Jobs and internships in various fields
College Consortium for International Studies - Internships (some with salary) in Bulgaria, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, England, India, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Russia, Scotland and more.
Department of State - Information on internships at Embassies and Consulates worldwide as well as potential careers.
Americorps - AmeriCorps is a network of national service programs, made up of three primary programs that each take a different approach to improving lives and fostering civic engagement. Members commit their time to address critical community needs like increasing academic achievement, mentoring youth, fighting poverty, sustaining national parks, preparing for disasters, and more.
The Peace Corps has volunteer opportunities in many fields in 75 countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Europe, and the Middle East. Volunteers learn a new language, exchange ideas, and take part in these communities as partners and friends. As volunteers push to serve ideals such as understanding, tolerance, kindness, and patience, their lives are enriched by the friendships they make, the challenges they undertake, and the experience of seeing the world from a new perspective. Volunteers must be U.S. citizens at least 18 years old and in good health. Volunteers must make a 27 month commitment to their position.
People to People - PTPI’s Global Network ensures that immersive experiences and intentional cross-cultural education help everyday citizens become leaders who understand others and make a difference. President Eisenhower’s belief that “peaceful relations between nations requires understanding and mutual respect between individuals” is as relevant today as when he first envisioned our organization nearly six decades ago. Our mission continues to resonate with members across the globe, yet we are ever changing in our quest to provide expanded opportunities that engage a new generation of globally minded citizens.
Mercy Volunteer Corps - Mercy Volunteer Corps promotes social change by placing and supporting volunteers for one year of service with people who are poor and marginalized in the United States and South America. Mercy Volunteers work in education, healthcare, and social services while living together in community and growing spiritually.
The Jesuit Volunteer Corps works with hundreds of grassroots organizations to provide essential services to low-income people and those who live on the margins of our society. JVs work for and with people who are homeless, unemployed, refugees, people with AIDS, the elderly, street youth, abused women and children, the mentally ill and the developmentally disabled nationally and internationally.