Our first cohort for the H1B Accelerator Program launches on April 6.
To celebrate, we’re giving away one free scholarship for our first cohort!
If you want to learn how to get a job in the US, stand out to US employers, save time in your job search, and explore your options outside of H1B, the H1B Accelerator Program is for you.
Scholarship and admissions details for the H1B Accelerator Program
To qualify for the H1B Accelerator Program Scholarship you must be an international student currently studying in the US.
You must be an F1 visa student graduating in Spring 2019.
To apply for the scholarship, simply fill out the program application, indicate your interest in a scholarship, and submit it by the due date (April 3 11:59pm PST).
One applicant will be selected randomly from qualified applications. The winner will be notified on April 4 and receive access to the program on April 6.
The scholarship (a $147 value) is not transferrable to another date or refundable.
The H1B Accelerator Program and scholarship application is only available through our email list. Our program is for serious international students only. Interested students must sign up to receive an application. Applications are open for three days only.
Indicate your interest by signing up on the program page here.
The H1B Accelerator Program for international students
In the H1B Accelerator Program, we’ll teach you how to get a job in the US. The program is led by the author of How to Get a Job in the USA: A Practical Guide for International Students, and includes 8 weeks of insider information on how to get an H1B job.
Take a look at what you’ll learn:
If you want to learn how to get a job in the US, this is your program.
Get results in your H1B job search
We tell you what you need to know to get hired in the US. If you have questions about our H1B Accelerator Program, we have answers. Read our FAQ. Join our Facebook group (answer the questions for entry) to watch our info session.
Explore how our career training program for international students works: