HOST COMPANY - J-1 VISA INTERN & TRAINEE PROGRAM

INTERESTED IN HOSTING A J-1 APPLICANT?

TESTIMONIALS

  • During the past four years, our RH team has worked directly with Leslie COSTA, CEO of The International Student Company, on numerous searching for international interns/trainees and J-1 applications.

    The company offers top quality services and rates. Across the board, we are always pleased with their work.

    Leonard R.
    Host Employer - New York - Consulting Firm
  • We have dealt with The International Student Company since 2012,  they have been provided our business with excellent services and support in the areas of finding interns and dealing with administrative steps.

    We consider the overall result of our cooperation as very positive and very highly satisfied with the level of quality of the rendered services. We recommend The ISC as a high professional and reliable partner for selecting interns/employees and representing host companies

    Jessica A.
    Host Employer - Miami - Home Furniture Retailler
  • We have been working with The International Student Company for 3 years now and it is my pleasure to recommend its services. As subsidiary of an International Group, we based our internship program on needs assessment and The ISC has always provided us with excellent services and support in finding the right candidate at the right moment.

    Sissi D.
    Host Employer - Miami - Aerospace

HOST COMPANY

J-1 VISA REQUIREMENTS

  • – An Employer Identification Number (or Active Tax ID number)
  • – A Worker’s Compensation policy that covers the intern/trainee.
  • – A suitable workspace and any position-specific equipment in a professional workplace
  • – The ability to provide ongoing supervision and evaluation of the intern/trainee

Not sure if you meet our requirements? Please contact us.

INFO ON OUR BLOG

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NEED HELP? CONTACT US

North America Office

+1 305 440 9553
intern@the-isc.com
Brickell Bayview Center | 80 SW 8th ST, Suite 2000 | MIAMI | FL 33130 | U.S.A.

Asia Pacific Office

+63 632 541 6319
intern@the-isc.com
Net Lima Center | 5th Avenue Cor. 26th, Suite 10/F | MANILA | PHILIPPINES

Europe Office

+336 64 50 26 70
intern@the-isc.com
10 Bis Rue Paul Roth | OSNY | 95520 | FRANCE

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PROGRAM PURPOSE

  • The purpose of the J-1 Visa Program is to provide international participants with opportunities for professional development, and a better understanding of American society and culture. J-1 interns and trainees are expected to share the cross-cultural and professional knowledge they have gained in the U.S. upon return to their home country.

  • The J-1 program is also designed to allow American businesses to learn about the culture and expertise of the participant’s home country. The Host Company will benefits from the skills, knowledge, and experience the candidates bring

  • The Program is not intended to fill the position of a regular staff member and/or to immigrate into the U.S. is strictly prohibited.

ROLE OF YOUR COMPANY

  • Your Role will be the Host Company, which is to foster professional exchange. As a Host Company, you will be expected to ensure that the DS-7002 Training/Internship Placement Plan is followed for the duration of the program.

    This program is ideal for internationally minded American businesses looking to increase their visibility in the global marketplace!

INDUSTRIES AND POSITIONS COVERED UNDER THE PROGRAM

INDUSTRIES

  • Accounting/Financial Services/Banking
  • Advertising/Publishing
  • Aerospace/Airline
  • Consulting
  • Consumer Products
  • Energy
  • Entertainment & Leisure
  • Food & Beverage
  • Legal
  • Motion Picture & Video
  • Private Equity
  • Real Estate
  • Retail & Wholesale
  • Service
  • Software & IT
  • Telecommunications
  • Technology

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POSITIONS

  •  Financial Analyst Intern
  •  Public Relations & Communication Intern
  •  Mechanical Engineer Intern
  •  Business Analyst Intern
  •  Marketing & Sales Coordinator Intern
  •  Electrical Engineer Intern
  •  Business Developer Intern
  •  Purchasing & Supply Chain Intern
  •  Legal Assistant Intern
  •  Digital Marketing Intern
  •  SEO Intern
  •  Software Developer Intern
  •  Web Developer Intern
  •  Social Media Intern
  •  Front Desk Agent Intern
  •  Guest Service Assistant Intern
  •  Human Resources Intern

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5 REASONS TO HOST YOUR INTERNS/TRAINEES WITH THE ISC

Diversity & Quality

The ISC only selects and approves the most qualified individuals, we screen each participant for English fluency maturity and motivation. Our international interns are eager and highly motivated individuals who bring fresh energy into any place of work.

Flexibility

Our applicants’ internship period is longer than those of American Universities, which provides the employer time to develop an intern and makes the most of the experience for all parties involved.

Cost Effective

Employers do not pay a program, visa, or placement fee to participate in our program. Our employers compensate their interns or trainees, but they decide what to pay participants.

Interns or trainees on a J-1 Visa are considered non-resident aliens, your company should not withhold their Social Security (FICA), Medicare, or federal unemployment (FUTA) taxes.

Our student network

You will be exposed to our global database of Talents, consisting of 100% of international background coming from over 35 countries with relevant work experience in given field, 80% holding Master’s Degree and speak 2 to 3 languages.

Expertise & Support

The ISC has been providing cultural exchange opportunities for more than 5 years. Our expert team will provide you with a personalized attention. We will remain available to answer your questions and help with any issue that arises.

We have a complete understanding of all the regulations and procedures involved in international internships and training programs, and we know how to keep the process simple for you.

Our services include:

  • – Full Assistance in all J-1 Visa paperwork
  • – Providing interns & trainees with a Premium Health Insurance
  • – Providing orientation and program materials for participants
  • – Offering 24-hour support throughout the entire program for employers, interns, and trainee
  • – Program monitoring through evaluations

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INTERN AND TRAINEE PROGRAM

INTERN PROGRAM

  • Interns are current students or recent graduates of a post-secondary academic institution outside the U.S. that grants degrees or professional certificates.
  • For those who have completed their studies, they must start the internship program within one year of graduating.
  • Interns are permitted to work in the U.S. for up to 12 months, and their field of training must be related to their field of study.

TRAINEE PROGRAM

  • Trainees are individuals who have earned a degree or professional certificate from an overseas post-secondary academic institution and have at least one year of related professional experience acquired outside the U.S.
  • For individuals who do not have a degree or certificate, they must have at least five years of related professional experience acquired outside the U.S.
  • Trainees are permitted to work in the U.S. for up to 18 months, unless they are participating in a Hospitality/Tourism program, which cannot exceed 12 months.  Their field of training must be related to their professional experience but not necessarily to their degree.

A host organization must have the resources in place to provide a structured, guided training program to the intern or trainee within a professional environment.
Before training begins, host organizations must also be able to demonstrate that they have the following:

An Employer Identification Number (or Active Tax ID number)
A Worker’s Compensation policy that covers the intern/trainee.
You can find our Workers’ Compensation Guidelines and sample certificates here.
A suitable workspace and any position-specific equipment in a professional workplace
The ability to provide ongoing supervision and evaluation of the intern/trainee

The International Student Company is not able to provide and sponsor interns in the following occupations:

  •  – Pilots or crew members on ships or airplanes
  •  – Sports or physical therapy
  •  – Teachers or educational instructors
  •  – Temporary or staffing agency employees
  •  – Au pairs, maids, baby-sitting & housekeeping
  •  – Elder care
  •  – Camp counselors
  •  – Medical or Clinical work or anything involving any patient care or contact
  •  – Pharmacy positions directly related to dispensing medication to patients
  •  – Veterinary trainees involved in hands-on care of animals