International Job Opportunities

Let's Talk Program

The 'TaLK (Teach & Learn in Korea)' program is inviting US students to teach in English to students and to experience and learn about Korean culture. Sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, 'TaLK' will sponsor individuals interested in gaining personal and professional enrichment through teaching and learning in Korea. The program is seeking 630 TaLK scholars including renewals

Participants will receive Korean government scholarships and teach English in after-school classes of Korean elementary schools while enjoying cultural programs during their free time. Recipients will be placed at schools in rural areas in need of greater exposure to English and teach the language by forming one-on-one working relationships with Korean university TaLK Scholars. Candidates should have a desire to work with children, have a service-centered mind, a willingness to work in rural areas and have consideration for others with a positive attitude

The program provides a return-trip air ticket, monthly allowances, and housing. You will have 15 hours per week of actual teaching time (Monday through Friday). You will have numerous opportunities to visit cultural sites, participate in various fun activities, and ample personal enrichment time.

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Thailand Experience

Earn! Teach! Learn! Abroad!

While exploring the wondrous Beauty of Thailand, you can experience and learn about Thai culture at ISU partner institution in Thailand!


-Teach college-level courses in English

-Salaried positions


  -Positions available in Bangkok, Phuket,
   Chiang Mai, Phitsanulok and Muang Loei
  -Monthly salary of 28,000 Thai Bhat
                         (about $930 USD)

  -FREE housing and meal plan.



 -Hold a bachelor degree from an accredited university or college

 -Experience in Teaching English

The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship

  • The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship invites recent college graduates to apply for 6 - 9-month fellowships in Washington, DC, focusing on arms control, peace, and international security issues.

  • Candidates must have an excellent academic record and a strong interest in issues of peace and security. The program is open to all U.S. citizens and non-U.S. citizens living in the U.S. eligible for employment.

  • Benefits include a stipend, health insurance and travel to Washington, DC.

  • The application deadline is Jan. 22, 2014, for the Fall 2014 fellowship.

  • Contact: 202-543-4100, x 2110;;

Foreign Service Information Management Technical Specialists (Digital, Radio and Telephone)

Please note: applicants must be U. S. citizens between the ages of 21 and 59 and able to qualify for a top secret security clearance. Click on the links below for more information on requirements, qualifications, and to start the application process.

Contact Center For Global Engagement for more information