Our USA Career Training Programs help students and young professionals from all over the world to advance their careers by gaining international experience in the US. We specialize in finding sponsors for J-1 Visas for individuals. The primary objectives of our Career Training Program are to enhance the skills and expertise of exchange visitors in their academic or occupational fields through structured and guided programs that improve participants’ knowledge of American techniques, methodologies, and technology. Participation in our Career Training USA program must not be used as a substitute for ordinary employment or work purposes nor may it be used to displace American workers.
Internship programs are work-based learning opportunities in an intern’s or recent graduate’s academic field that enable the intern to develop practical skills that will enhance his or her future career and bridge the gap between formal education and practical work experience. Trainee programs include bona-fide training and are not simply additional work experience.
The program increases international participants’ understanding of American culture, while also enhancing Americans’ knowledge of foreign cultures, customs and practices. Through this program, the U.S. Government builds partnerships, promotes mutual understanding, and develops relationships and extended networks that will last through generations as participants move into leadership roles in a broad range of occupational fields in their home countries.
J-1 Visa Sponsorship Across Industries
UKCES specializes in providing assistance for sponsorship with American employers in a variety of fields, including:
– Arts & Culture (Internship Program Only)
– Business Management
– Hospitality & Tourism
– Hotel Management
– Information Technology
– Law & Public Administration
– Media & Communications
If you would like to apply for our internships and cultural exchange programs, please email your CV/resume at email@example.com. Some of the programs are offered on a very limited basis. Alternatively, visit your local UKCES office or representatives for further details. You can also refer to our Contact Us page or explore our website for complete information.