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Passport Career is an international, online country-specific career service that supports global careers, internships, and cultural interests. There are over 15,000 pages of content, resources that focus on cities within the various countries, interactive tools, webinars, social network, and guidance for transitions to new countries. Passport Career has information on over 250 cities in over 75 countries, such as Australia, Japan, Taiwan, Spain, Egypt, and Denmark.
To get started you’ll need to set up a customized entry page where you can brand yourself. After that you can start exploring the tools available to make the site work for you. There is a welcome webinar that helps you learn how to maximize the benefits of Passport Career. Scouring the globe with a click of the mouse has never been easier. Read through the following guide to login and begin exploring: Getting Started Guide
The School of Public Health has a long tradition of engaging community partners to address critical public health needs. This office's mission is to improve global and community health by fostering partnerships that promote student engagement, workforce development, continuing education, community service and collaborative and community-based research.
The mission of the Office of Overseas Study is to promote study abroad by Indiana University students through participation in quality programs in a wide range of disciplines. As the most effective and dramatic experience by which students can achieve international and intercultural learning, study abroad will contribute significantly to careers in all fields of specialization and should be an integral part of an education at Indiana University.
The Office of International Services (OIS) is committed to assisting international students and scholars in the accomplishment of their educational, personal, and professional objectives at Indiana University. This mission is achieved through a wide range of quality programs and services. These programs include on-going orientation and other educational, cultural, and social programming to help facilitate the acclimation and integration of international students and scholars into the academic, cultural, and social life at Indiana University and within the Bloomington community.
The Office of Global Affairs is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The Office of Global Affairs promotes the health and well-being of Americans and of the world’s population by advancing Health and Human Services’s global strategies and partnerships and working with the US Government agencies in the coordination of global health policy. They partner with many multilateral groups including the World Health Organization, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, and the UN Joint Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS).
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) strives to find well-qualified, talented people to achieve the agency’s Global Health Protection Goal, which is "Healthy People in a Healthy World” through health promotion, health protection and health diplomacy. The CDC has many job openings both in the US and overseas.