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Why this program is unique?

HTIR work study programs have the curriculum set up so that the internships jobs are mandatory and therefore a student must begin his/her curricular training immediately upon registration and securing his/her social security number.
In HTIR Work-Study Programs students can begin working in their first semester of study. This is very different than CPT programs at most universities where the applicant cannot start the CPT employment until he/she has been in school for at least one academic year (nine months). Also, most universities do not have a unique program designed specifically for the International applicant. HTIR, in alliance with the schools, has created a unique program that helps International candidates be successful in the United States workforce. The international candidate will learn about resume building, interviewing etiquette, and U.S. customs. By the time the candidate graduates from the HTIR work-study program he/she will be a prime candidate for an H-1b or a high level job in his/her home country.

 

HTIR has created unique work and study program at numerous universities in USA. Where students can Study and Work in USA with full-time, Curricular Practical Training (Co-op program) up to 40+ hours a week in U.S. companies for the entire length of degree program.

 

Work Study Opportunities Include:

  • Employment available for international students
  • Full time jobs with Full time degree opportunity
  • Get 40 Hrs Work Permit per week along with studies
  • Students can apply with/without IELTS or TOEFL
  • All courses leading to get high paid jobs
  • Work during the day and take classes in evenings or on weekends
  • Employment is with off campus companies
  • Students are paid regular "American" wages
  • Both part time or full time employment available
  • The work-study program is available for both Undergraduate and Master students
  • Work-study employment positions are currently available at all schools.

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