Programs Overview

Work & Travel USA

Work and Travel USA allows eligible students or recent graduates from University or a technical education provider, such as TAFE in Australia or Polytechnic in New Zealand, to work in the USA for up to 12 months and to travel at the end of their working period for up to a maximum of 30 days.

You can work in positions across a range of industries and earn money to help you offset the cost of your trip. The type of job is up to you.

When your work commitments are over, you can use your earnings to travel around the stunning and varied landscape of the USA. Snowboarding in Colorado, celebrity-spotting in Los Angeles, or taking the ultimate road trip across the US...the options are endless. 

Internship USA

Internship USA is a unique program for full-time students and recent graduates which allows you to work in the USA, in a job related to your field of studies, for up to 14 months. You can apply and go at any time of year.

It is a chance to put your studies into practice, enhance your skills and learn about American business culture from the inside.

Whatever your field of study, Internship USA will add new weight to your CV. There is a huge range of jobs you can undertake while in the US.

You also ‘earn while you learn’ and you can use the money to be a tourist at the end of the program. Your visa allows you 30 days to travel anywhere in the United States at the end of your placement. New York, Los Angeles, the Colorado ski fields… are all within easy reach.

Trainee USA

Imagine being able to work anywhere in the USA for up to 20 months in a job directly related to your field of studies or to your career or professional qualifications.

Trainee USA is a program that offers non-students, graduates and young professionals the unique opportunity to gain international training in the USA.

The USA is the most diverse and dynamic economy on earth and US employers are eager to introduce international trainees to their workplace. You'll gain front line experience, learn about the latest developments in your field and make valuable career contacts. All of which add up to an important boost in your career credentials.