Have you studied abroad in the international location you are interested in? Utilize your contacts (Program Directors, Volunteer Coordinators, etc.) from that experience to reach out, network and learn about possible opportunities.
Haven’t studied abroad? Network and contact study abroad program administrators through Office of International Studies for your desired international location.
Network and Contact language department/ professors for your desired international location.
UniWorld – Used to locate US companies that operate abroad
GoinGlobal - includes multiple international resources and job and internship postings
US.Jobs – An international jobs link is in this site
Teaching English Abroad – If interested in teaching abroad, check out these websites for tips and finding reputable programs
Fee Based organizations – there are many organizations in which students can pay to have them find students internships, please consider the costs involved in those as well as determining the reputation of the organization.
In-country job boards – Search engines have multiple country searches, or check out a specific company’s website and their abroad opportunities
Service/Volunteer Programs – There are assorted programs of service or volunteer opportunities abroad. Under the Finding/Applying tab in this section view a listing of many fee based and unpaid programs
BUNAC – “Working Adventures Worldwide” offers internship and full-time opportunities in Britain, Australia, New Zealand, France, Ireland, and various volunteer opportunities as well assisting with obtaining visas for the country
VISAs – students will need to arrange passports and work visas well in advance and the process may be lengthy. Some companies will assist in this process, some Notre Dame programs will assist, most will not. Research the requirements of the specific country that you are targeting in order to obtain the necessary documents for legally obtaining paid work abroad.