USIT Work and Travel Blog

10 Things I Learned On My Grad Visa

Joseph Murray has just returned home from an amazing year in Los Angeles on the US Grad Visa. We decided to sit down with Joseph and discover what he learned from his adventure and how it’s benefitted his career since he’s returned home. 1. Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained One of the most valuable things I …

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Coach Soccer USA – Ciaran’s Summer of a Lifetime

Posted 21 days ago in J1

Each summer USIT hires hundreds of Irish football fanatics, looking for a dream summer in the US teaching the beautiful game. Ciaran Ryan spent his summer touring through Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and New Mexico on our Coach Soccer Programme, before hitting New York. We’re not jealous at all… Now you can hear all about how …

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J1 Stories: Richard’s Summer in L.A.

Posted 22 days ago in J1

Beautiful weather, plenty of jobs and the promise of amazing Instagrams are making Los Angeles a very popular J1 destination. We caught up with Richard Banahan to discover why he chose L.A. for his J1 programme. Richard Banahan – Santa Monica, CA   Preparing For My Adventure I knew before I even applied for the …

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10 Tips For Getting Hired At Camp USA Hiring Fairs 2019

January 16th, 18th and 25th – follow these golden rules and one of these will be the day your Camp USA dream becomes a reailty. 1. Prepare yourself Before the fair, we will send you the list of camps attending. Take the time to read through the camp profiles, have a look at their website and …

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USIT’s Soccer Superstar

USIT are hiring soccer players and coaches to spend the summer working at soccer camps in the USA on our Coach Soccer USA programme. The programme is open to anyone aged between 18-30 with an enthusiastic attitude and a passion for soccer. To celebrate this amazing opportunity, we’re giving one lucky winner an all-expense paid …

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10 Reasons To Go Solo On The USA Grad Visa

  There’s not much that’s more beneficial to us all than travelling. It expands our horizons and makes us really realise the importance of exploring and not living in one place all the time. Travelling solo has great advantages. If you’re thinking of doing the One Year Grad Visa alone here are the best reasons why …

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Camp USA – My Home Away From Home

  We caught up with Amy, who has been to Camp YMCA as a Camp Counsellor and a Staff Development Program Director, and she’s here to tell you everything you’ve wanted to know about it. Take it away Amy!

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