USIT Work and Travel Blog

Up to $5,000 New Zealand Relocation Grant for Irish Teachers!

Posted 3 days ago in Travel

Recently graduated in teaching but still feeling the urge to travel? Then we have the perfect opportunity for you to advance your career and satisfy your wanderlust at the same time! More and more Irish teachers are choosing to pack their bags and gain international experience on USIT’s Teach in New Zealand Working Holiday Programme! Why? …

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CIEE To Award €50,000 In Grants To Past J1-ers for Social Change!

Posted 7 days ago in USIT

Since 1969, USIT’s partner CIEE has been bringing foreign students and young professionals from countries around the globe to the United States on cultural exchange programs for work and study. To celebrate 50 years of making the great American experience accessible to people from different nations and cultures, CIEE is awarding up to $50,000 in …

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Living in Canada- My Experience and Advice

Between two minds about making the move? We caught up with Danu McGowan, who lived and worked in Canada last year. Don’t miss her advice and experiences of living and working in Canada on the IEC visa. Research your destination Canada is the 2nd largest country in the world so your choices of location are …

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Amazing Summer Jobs in Myrtle Beach

Posted a month ago in J1

Myrtle Beach is an amazing destination if you’re planning on going on USIT’s J1 Programme. Located on the South Atlantic coast of South Carolina, it’s known for its stunning beaches, world-renowned seafood and huge outlet malls. J1ers who’ve been to Myrtle Beach describe it as the best summer of their life! We know Myrtle Beach is …

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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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