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STUDENT COMMUNITY DESCRIPTION

Welcome to the International Student Community!

Students from across the globe choose Pace as their destination for education and professional growth, embarking on a journey that propels them toward a promising career trajectory. While pursuing a top-tier education is paramount, participating in internships is the optimal strategy to ensure long-term career success. Our team at Pace Career Services is dedicated to supporting international students in navigating the U.S. work environment and assimilating into American professional culture through our innovative INSPIRE Program, an array of employer events, and personalized one-on-one career counseling sessions.

This community will provide extensive career resources, job and internship opportunities, and connections with Pace alumni mentors and other professionals. Ready to begin your career journey by participating in the Pace internship program? Get started with our mandatory INSPIRE Program:

INSPIRE PROGRAM

The INSPIRE Program (International Student Professional Readiness Education Program) is an industry-recognized, badged internship and career success program exclusive to Pace, designed to help international students to find internships and full-time positions. INSPIRE is proven to empower international students to achieve extraordinary results in internships, jobs, and salary outcomes that exceed the national average by more than 10-15% each year!

PROGRAM BENEFITS

Digital Badge

Earn a Digital certification badge that will look great on your LinkedIn and your resume.

Qualify for PAID Internships

Qualify for Pace-funded “Community Impact” PAID summer internship program.

CPT Eligibility

Gain CPT eligibility to intern and increase your chances of getting hired!

*The INSPIRE Program is required for CPT processing, so we recommend completing the required modules in your 1st academic semester. But it is never too late to begin! By the end of the INSPIRE program, you will know exactly how to get your first internship in the US!

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Job Search Resources

Handshake Job Board

Handshake

Handshake is the internship and job board where employers are looking to hire Pace University students and graduates. Log …

Interstride
Project Destined
Organizations Dedicated to Hiring Students from Underrepresented Backgrounds from Gorick Ng
Professional Diversity Network

How-to's & Online Guides

How to Speak about CPT, OPT, and Sponsorship with Employers
Networking at Employer Events and Career Fairs: Tips for International Students
Curricular Practical Training Guidelines for International Students
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about CPT (for International Students)
Common Scams every International Student should Know
Interview Techniques for International Students and Multi-Lingual Students

Online Tools

Student Organizations & Departments

Pace International Student & Scholars Office
Pace Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Group: Alumni Mentoring Program

Professional Organizations

Advocacy & Support Resources

New York City Campus

161 William Street
1st Floor
New York, NY 10038
Phone Number: (212) 346-1950
Fax Number: (212) 346-1719

careers@pace.edu

HOURS

Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Westchester Campus

861 Bedford Road
Paton House
Pleasantville, NY 10570
Phone Number: (914) 773-3415
Fax Number: (914) 773-3701

careers@pace.edu

HOURS

Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.