Jumping into the workforce after university is a daunting experience for anybody, but that process in a foreign country adds additional challenges. Join us for an informative career workshop where you will get the chance to learn from experts important steps for furthering your professional goals in the United States!
Topics for this event include a panel discussion about visa prospects, job hunting in the United States, and tax compliance as a non-US citizen, followed by Q&A and networking.
One To World is happy to partner with Sprintax for this career workshop. At Sprintax, they support nonresident employees and students with their US tax obligations. Sprintax offers the only online self-preparation tax software for nonresidents in the US and guarantee peace of mind for every user.
You will also be hearing from three guest speakers:
- Vivi W. Hua who received her Doctor of Psychology degree from Yeshiva University and completed an internship at Gouverneur Health. Vivi coach's international students to help them succeed in the U.S. Her coaching work with international students focuses on the academic, social, career, and personal aspects of their life in the U.S.
- Helen Leonard, is an Associate Director at NYU Office of Global Services in Brooklyn. Helen is a seasoned international educator with over 25 years of international student advising experience and expertise in F1 and J1 student advising.
- Michael J. Goldstein is a partner at Goldstein and Cheung LLP. Admitted to the New York state bar in 2010, Mr. Goldstein practices general immigration law, with a focus on EB1, EB2, academic institutions, extraordinary and professional nonimmigrant, and family and business immigrant petitions.
There will be light refreshments and opportunities to network with the speakers and other students in attendance.