Sometimes in life, the unexpected happens. If you experience a financial hardship and you are currently studying in the USA on an F-1 visa, you may request an employment authorization.
The Office of Global Services at Northeastern University helps international students and scholars learn what steps they must take before working in the USA both before and after graduation.
With Academic Training, eligible J-1 students can deepen their Northeastern experience with employment opportunities that relate to their field of study.
Dunkin’ Donuts. Cafe 716. Subway. Qdoba. Punter’s Pub. Discover all the places where J-1 students can and cannot work at on Northeastern’s campus.
With the help of the Stipended Graduate Assistantships (SGA), eligible F-1 and J-1 students are participating in part-time teaching and residence hall duties and performing world-class research.
At Northeastern University, F-1 and J-1 students are encouraged to give back so others can get ahead. While volunteering may seem simple, it is actually a complex area in which immigration regulations and labor laws intersect.
As a student at Northeastern, you may have the opportunity to participate in an international co-op. If this occurs, you may need approval from the Office of Global Services to work outside the USA.