Additional Resources for Students


This online resource provides location-specific employment information for over 40 countries, over 30 international cities, and nearly 50 U.S. cities. Helpful information includes:

  • Work permit/visa regulations
  • Cultural consideration related to a job search
  • Top employers for a location
  • Helpful information for visiting or living in a particular country or city
  • US employers that have provided sponsorship for H1B visas
  • A global job search capability that pulls information from
  • Plus much more!

Getting started: Simply follow ISU’s GoinGlobal link or use the link found under ‘Resources’ in CyHire.  Click on ‘Create Account’ and use your ISU email address to setup your account.


For students who identify as underserved, Candoor helps you book free 1-on-1 conversations with professionals in dream roles. Through these conversations, you can explore careers, make new connections, practice interviewing, and understand how to break into your dream role – from someone on the inside! Sign up via here using referral code ISU!

Big Interview

  • This is an online mock interview tool that is free for ISU students!
    • How do I get started with Big Interview? Access Big Interview through under Shortcuts on your CyHire homepage or go to: Click on ‘Register’ in the upper right-hand corner, and use your ISU email/password to create an account
    • How do I use Big Interview? Follow these instructions to learn more about conducting a mock interview: How to Get Started with Big Interview.pdf

LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning is an online educational platform that helps you discover and develop business, technology-related, and creative skills through expert-led course videos. With more than 5,000 courses and personalized recommendations, you can discover, complete, and track courses related to your field and interests.

Job Shadowing Opportunities

Professional job shadowing benefits engineering students by providing practical insights into the field beyond theoretical knowledge. It facilitates valuable networking with industry professionals, potentially leading to mentorship opportunities. This firsthand experience helps students refine career goals and acquire practical skills for a smooth transition into the engineering workforce.