WISE Foundation

WISE Foundation

The Foundation for Worldwide International Student E xchange WISE Foundation www.wisefoundation.com Outline of Presentation About WISE Work & Travel Program Benefits J-1 Work & Travel Visa Who Would I Be Hiring? WISE Support

About WISE Since 1995, the WISE Work and Travel Program has offered international students the opportunity to work in the United States in different theme parks, restaurants, hotels and resorts while learning firsthand about our culture, language and country. Non-profit organization specializing in international education and exchange opportunities Designated by the US Department of State as a J1 Visa Sponsor The goal of WISE is to promote world peace and understanding through cultural exchanges and by establishing global friendships. The Work & Travel Program

International university & college students work and travel in the United States during their summer vacation. Your company receives enthusiastic participants ready to learn and work while living in the US. Benefits to Employers No fees to employers WISE thoroughly pre-screens all candidates

You choose the amount of involvement you want in the screening process WISE handles the visa application process Save 7.65% on every dollar - No Social Security/Medicare/Unemployment contributions Participants all have pre-paid health insurance Reduce turnover - WISE will suggest policies to achieve your goals and select candidates most likely to succeed in your environment Most candidates speak 2-3 languages Full orientation to the US culture & workplace, safety, laws and more J1 Work & Travel Visa Employer partners with WISE

WISE advertises jobs through overseas partners Student applies for program WISE continuous support 770-579-0567 1-888-242-7456 Student is hired through WISE Student interviews at the US Consulate Visa application is approved Student attends pre-departure orientation

Student arrives at job site A percentage of visa applications are denied Who Would I Be Hiring? WISE Work & Travel Participants are: Currently enrolled full time in a college or university 18 years of age or older Able to speak and understand English at a level suitable for the position they fill Eager to work Available for up to 4 months Excited to learn about the US and make friends Willing to participate in an unskilled or service

sector job From diverse countries from around the world Interviewing Options WISE Overseas partners carefully screen and interview participants. They place participants in jobs in which they are suited. WISE Overseas partners forward resumes of suitable participants to WISE for interviews via phone and webcam (when possible). WISE forwards resumes to employer for hiring decisions. WISE forwards resumes to employer for phone interviews and webcam (when possible). WISE staff accompanies employer to county for face to face interviews. WISE will cover all or partial expenses

for employer depending on the number of student hired. Arrival Dates March Arrivals Philippines work up to 3 months Thailand work up to 3 months May Arrivals Colombia work up to 3 or 4 months Canada work up to 4 months Dominican Republic work up to 4 months Holland work up to 4 months Jamaica work up to 4 months

Poland work up to 4 months Thailand work up to 3 months Ukraine work up to 3.5 months June Arrivals Belarus work up to 3 months Bulgaria work up to 4 months Hong Kong work up to 2 months Israel work up to 3 or 4 months Moldova work up to 4 months June Arrivals, continued Romania work up to 3.5 months Russia work up to 4 months South Korea work up to 2.5

months Turkey work up to 4 months Serbia work up to 4 months July Arrivals Romania work up to 3 months Israel work up to 3 months Spain work up to 3 or 4 months Ecuador work up to 2 or 3 months Arrivals December Brazil work up to 3.5 months Argentina work up to 3.5 months Peru work up to 3.5 months

Panama work up to 3.5 months Columbia work up to 10 weeks WISE Support Coordination of thorough pre-arrival information Screening of applications for suitability Informed recommendations about applicants Program development and support services to ensure you can provide an excellent program Thorough pre-arrival/pre-acceptance information to ensure the participant can form appropriate expectations and have them met Visa documentation Mandatory medical insurance Support throughout the program

How Do I Get Started? Contact WISE (see next slide for contact info) Fill out the WISE Job Offer Document is included on this CD Join WISE for all your staffing needs! 1853 Piedmont Road Suite 200 Marietta, GA 30066 770-579-0567 (Office Number) 1-888-242-7456 (24 hr Emergency Number) Tanya Schulze [email protected] Work & Travel Program Director Tim Pogue [email protected]

Work & Travel Program Manager Jeanne Bensch [email protected] Work & Travel Program Manager Eduardo Voloch [email protected] Work & Travel Program Manager www.wisefoundation.com

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