Before you start your search, make sure you are well informed of your options. Use the vendor research worksheet to compare and contrast your choices, and see an ICC adviser if you need help making a decision.
The most effective international internship or job search uses a variety of different search strategies - many are the same as a domestic search. However, we have listed a few trusted resources on this page to help focus your search. The ICC does not formally endorse these programs, so be sure to research the programs yourself to ensure they are right for you.
Consider starting your search by exploring our interactive map to find where UC Davis students have interned before.
- ICC Partners
Based upon feedback and experiences from UC Davis participants,these organizations are considered reputable.
- UC Davis Study Abroad
Many summer and quarter-abroad internship options are available.
- UCEAP Internships
University of California Education Abroad Program provides a wide range of internship opportunities and support.
Career and Post-graduate Opportunities
UC Davis is a top volunteer-producing university and has a dedicated Peace Corps recruitment adviser, Austin Peterson, on staff at the Internship and Career Center.
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Consider exploring U.S. companies and federal agencies that have positions abroad. Teaching English is a common option for working abroad. Always review work authorization guidelines before embarking on a job search in your desired country.
- Teaching Abroad
- Dave's ESL Cafe
- Peace Corps
- U.S. Department of State
The State Department often attends UC Davis internship and career fairs and hosts information sessions on campus. To be notified when these events occur, you can sign up for the ICC's email subscriptions.
- International Jobs Center
- Overseas Jobs
Additional UC Programs