CIEE Road Show

MEET YOUR CANDIDATES FACE-TO-FACE

The CIEE Road Show – a hiring event that allows you to personally interview and select applicants – is well suited for larger employers who hire hundreds of students each season.

At a CIEE Road Show, a job fair like no other, you have the chance to meet with a large pool of enthusiastic students looking to discover America. You also have on-site access to strategic hiring advice from CIEE seasonal employment experts.

CIEE OFFERS TWO KINDS OF ROAD SHOWS TO MATCH YOUR NEEDS:

Live Road Shows are held in countries all over the world, from Eastern Europe, to Latin America, and Southeast Asia. CIEE takes you where the students are. At home, in their culture, and waiting to meet you.

Portland Virtual Road Shows are held at CIEE headquarters in Portland, Maine, where you interview pre-screened candidates via a videoconference link. These events are just like an international Road Show, except they do not require you to leave the United States. Get the benefit of hiring from a variety of countries in only a few days’ time. A great way to reduce your costs while maintaining high standards.

Whether you choose to travel overseas or come to visit us in Maine, there is a Road Show for you, where and when you need it. To learn more or make a reservation, contact a CIEE International Recruitment Consultant at 1-866-609-CIEE or hire@ciee.org.

CIEE will be holding the following Road Shows:

Winter 2019 Hiring

Latin America Road Show: Chile, Argentina, Peru, and Costa Rica – Jul 3 - Jul 14, 2018

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The Road Show kicks off in beautiful Santiago, Chile’s capital and largest city and home to many fine museums and restaurants. Some will travel to Córdoba, a major university center in the north of Argentina, then joining others in Buenos Aires, the birthplace of the tango. Atmospheric old neighborhoods are rife with restaurants and nightlife, and Buenos Aires' European heritage is evident in its architecture, boulevards and parks. Next, we head to Peru for our job fair in Lima. This city is a curious mix of the modern mega city with some ‘islands of modernity,’ with colonial architecture in the city center. We will finish our trip in San José, the capital of Costa Rica. Located in the Central Valley, San José is the seat of national government, the focal point of political and economic activity, and the major transportation hub of this Central American nation. Students from Chile, Costa Rica, Peru, and Argentina usually arrive mid-December and stay for about 3 months.

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South America Road Show: Chile, Argentina, Paraguay and Peru – Sep 4 - Sep 15, 2018

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The Road Show kicks off in Santiago, Chile’s capital and home to many fine museums and restaurants. Walk through the public market and with a couple hours to spare, ride the funicular up Cerro San Cristóbal for views of the city. From Santiago, we head to Buenos Aires, Argentina, the birthplace of the tango. Atmospheric old neighborhoods are rife with restaurants and nightlife, and Buenos Aires' European heritage is evident in its architecture, boulevards and parks.  We will then travel to Asunción, the capital of Paraguay. Our trip will finish at our job fair in Lima, Peru. This city is a curious mix of the modern mega city with some ‘islands of modernity,’ and colonial architecture in the city center.

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SUMMER 2019 HIRING 

Check back in August for the full schedule of Summer Road Shows

Southeast Asia Road Show

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Students from the countries on this trip work in the U.S. for up to three and a half months and have a range of arrival dates, from mid- May to the end of June. Our first stop is Taiwan’s capital city, Taipei, a vibrant blend of traditional culture and cosmopolitan life. Next, we'll make our way to Bangkok, home to Thailand’s most visited historical venues, such as the Grand Palace. Some may depart Bangkok to travel to and interview the following day in Chiang Mai in the northern part of the country and the site of many universities, while others will make their way to Shanghai, China’s largest city.

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November Portland Virtual Road Show

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We look forward to seeing you in Portland to hire students from 40 countries including: China, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Ghana, Kosovo, Philippines, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Taiwan, Thailand and Turkey,! Students from these diverse countries typically arrive in May or June and can stay in the U.S. for about three months. Meet your company’s summer needs at this one-of-a-kind hiring event!

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December Europe Road Show: Dec 7 - Dec 15, 2018

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Students from the countries on this trip usually work in the U.S. for up to four months and have a range of arrival dates from May to late-June. Our first stop is Belgrade, the capital of and largest city in Serbia. While in Belgrade, consider visiting the Belgrade Fortress, the Nikola Tesla Museum, the Church of Saint Sava, or one of the city’s other beautiful attractions. After interviewing Serbian students, we’ll travel to Bulgaria’s capital, Sofia, where one can stroll through the city’s vast parks and onion-domed churches. We finish the trip in the “Paris of the East”: Bucharest, Romania. 

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Caribbean Road Show: Jan 23 - Jan 29, 2019

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Join us for a quick winter escape to Jamaica and the Dominican Republic. Our Jamaican only stop is the capital city, Kingston. We’ll spend the day meeting students, with native English skills, who are anxious to spend a summer in the U.S. working for your company. Then it’s on to Santo Domingo, La Capital of the Dominican Republic. The Zona Colonial is home to some of the Western Hemisphere’s oldest buildings.

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February Europe Road Show: Feb 3 - Feb 16, 2019

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Students from the countries on this trip usually work in the U.S. for up to four months and have a range of arrival dates, from early May to mid-June. We’ll start off in Serbia for our job fair in Belgrade, where the ancient fortress offers beautiful views of the city and Danube River. On your day off in Sofia, Bulgaria, stroll through the city’s vast parks and onion-domed churches. Then it is on to Romania for our job fair in amazing Bucharest. Be sure to visit the cant-miss Palace of Parliament and enjoy cabbage rolls or a smoke sausage in one this city’s restaurants or trendy cafés.

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Asia Road Show: Feb 17 - Feb 28, 2019

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Students from the countries on this trip usually work in the U.S. for up to three and half months and have a range of arrival dates from May to June. Our first stop is Kuala Lumpur, the cultural, financial, and economic center of Malaysia. Next, we’ll meet students in Taiwan’s capital city, Taipei, a vibrant blend of traditional culture and cosmopolitan life. Finally, we’ll make our way to Beijing where travelers will have a chance to visit the Great Wall and the Forbidden City.

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March Europe Road Show: Mar 11 - Mar 24, 2019

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Students from the countries on this trip usually work in the U.S. for up to three and a half months and have a range of arrival dates from late-May to July. We’ll start off in Romania for our job fair in Bucharest, with its gargantuan Palace of Parliament, excellent museums, beautiful parks, and trendy cafes. From there, we’ll travel to Warsaw, Poland. Next, we’ll travel to Prague to meet students from Czech Republic. We’ll finish the trip in the wonderful city of Madrid, Spain where the Plaza Puerta del Sol, is the heart of the cities historic center.

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South America Road Show: Mar 21 - Mar 26, 2019

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We will travel south to the smallest of the Andean nations, Ecuador, and the city of Quito. The historic center of Quito has one of the largest, least-altered and best-preserved historic centers in South America. Students from Ecuador typically arrive in either mid-May or mid-July and stay for around 2 ½ months. Then we will head to Colombia, the ‘‘Gateway of the Americas,’’ for our job fair in Bogota. If you are suffering from jet lag, be sure to try some of the delicious Colombian coffee in time for your interviews! Colombians usually arrive mid to late May and stay for 2 ½ months.

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