TransUSA Exchange connects companies with pre-screened, well-qualified, and dependable students and young professionals worldwide for seasonal employment in U.S. or on-the-job career training through the J-1 Exchange Visitors Program.
All recruitment services offered by TransUSA Exchange are free of charge to host companies and include dedicated support through every step of the placement process.
The internship program provides companies with entry-level university students or recent graduates from around the world. Our participants make valuable contributions for up to 12 months as they develop practical skills and reinforce their academic studies in fields such as hospitality and tourism. Participants will have excellent to fluent English language skills.
The training program places experienced young professionals in U.S. companies for up to 18 months of career training. All trainees have a university degree or certificate and one year of professional experience in their career field.
Alternatively, trainees may also have 5 years of experience in their career field. Participants will have excellent to fluent English language skills.
The Summer Work Travel program provides foreign students with an opportunity to live and work in the United States during their summer vacation from college or university to experience and to be exposed to the people and way of life in the United States.
College and University students enrolled full time and pursuing studies at post-secondary accredited academic institutions located outside the United States come to the United States to share their culture and ideas with people of the United States through temporary work and travel opportunities.
Your participation in this program continues a rich tradition of U.S. employers who have capitalized on a unique opportunity to bring an international dimension to their workplace while providing a life-changing experience to foreign students and young professionals.
As a proud cultural exchange organization, we encourage our participants and professional colleagues to learn about The Fulbright-Hays Act of 1961, also known as the Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act of 1961. This important act enables the Government of the United States to: