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Water Your Network
Talk to your professors.
Talk to friends and family.
Build long-term relationships.
What is your field of study?
What do you hope to learn?
How will an internship in the US help you develop your career?
Thank everyone you speak with!
An email is better than nothing, but a handwritten-note is more special.
Appreciate their support of your professional development!
Grow Your Network
-Who do they know in your industry?
-Can they refer you to a company
doing business in the US?
-Can they refer you to a Chamber of Commerce member?
-Can they recommend a professional network
for you to join?
-Do they know anyone doing business in the US?
-Have they heard of any companies with connections to the US?
-Do they know any Americans working in your industry?
During your J-1 internship,
share your culture with
US colleagues, visit local schools
and volunteer in the community.
After your internship, tell
your friends back at home
about your experience in the US.
Giving is better than receiving!
to find an internship in the US.
Who are your contacts?
Networking isn't just for finding an internship.
It's about seeking mentors.
It's about learning more about your field of study.
It's about learning what it takes to be successful.
It's about building long-term relationships.
What are your goals?
Don't just do research online.
Talk to everyone you know.
Share your hopes and dreams.