Finding your next dream job as an immigrant in the US is not for the faint-hearted.
Whether you are an international student or a professional with US work experience.
If you are a student, you are facing: ● “Would you require sponsorship now or in the future.” ● Sending endless applications w/o networking capital ● A singular lonely challenge against time and money
If you are a professional, you are facing: ● The visibility game, even if you are in the top 5% in your field ● Showcasing credibility in a way that is impressive ● One-sided networking with disappointing results
It can lead to a lot of turmoil and angst in the process.
Even when we know what we need to do, if the results don’t come our way, it can often lead us to think:
✕ “What am I doing wrong?” ✕ “I just can’t seem to get interviews!” ✕ “My confidence is severely hit, and I don’t know what will happen.”
If you feel like I am speaking the exact words you’ve thought of, it is because I have either spoken the exact same words or heard it 1000 times over. (No hyperbole.)
But what if…
What if you knew:
✔ How to write resume bullets and interview answers to make your diamond-like experience shine ✔ How to get interviews for the correct positions and crack the dreaded behavioral interviews ✔ How to confidently reach out to people for mentor talks and get insider tips and referrals ✔ How to optimize the LinkedIn profile to be a great Credibility Portfolio and landing page ✔ How to *plan* to be Ghosted and what to do next instead, to make things happen ✔ How to precisely navigate the sponsorship question in the ATS and in-person ✔ How to showcase top performance by actually negotiating the job offer
How would that feel? How will that change your experience with your job search?
That’s the exact transformation I have helped hundreds of fellow immigrants achieve with in-person workshops, virtual boot camps, and in-depth job search mentorship programs.
🏁 If you are having a tough time landing your next dream job as an immigrant in the US, sign-up for my next live bootcamp or download the Job Search Cheat Code below (liked by over 14,000 immigrant job seekers).
About Varun Negandhi
Here are 5 quick things:
1. Moved to Michigan from Mumbai for Masters in 2010 2. Was lucky to land an internship after two semesters 3. Was lucky to land my dream role w networking 4. Was lucky to have mentors, and I am paying it forward 5. Was lucky to have entrepreneurship become my dream job
Bonus: Ever since I started writing actionable daily posts on LinkedIn, Beyond Grad has skyrocketed. See below.