We make international students work
a Social responsibile initiative
THREE GUYS WITH AN IDEA
Two Dutchies and an Irish guy looking to make Nijmegen a better place to live. Since we've all lived abroad and identified this integration issue in many places, we wanted to bridge this gap in our own city. With this start-up we challenged ourselves to see if we could run a business and make a social impact at the same time.
In Nijmegen, we see an ever growing amount of local business dealing with an employee shortage. However, at the same time, more and more students from all over the world apply to Radboud University and the HAN. We found that especially these international students are motivated to work a part-time job (74%), but the platform to connect them to local companies was still missing. Hence, our initiative 'International Students Work'.
We strive for Win-win-win
We believe our company only has the right to exist, if all the stakeholders involved benefit from our activities. Companies have sufficient staff, students get an opportunity to integrate in Nijmegen and the University gets ambassadors throughout the whole world.
Help you with:
- Learning the Dutch language
- Integrating into Dutch society
- Get a job in or around campus
- Get in touch with new Dutchies!
Response in 3 days
"The international students of ISW did a great job at my event. Hard working and dedicated employees.
Tijmen(manager) - El sombrero
CONTACT FORM EMPLOYERS
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS BRING:
- Diversity in the workplace
- Emphasis on your international look
- Attract a new audience
Or call us on:
of all international students want part-time jobs
Of international students want to learn Dutch
Students working and integrating through ISW
Three guys with an idea
"It's great to challenge myself to set up a successful business and make Nijmegen a better place at the same time."
"Awesome to unify my enterpreneurial spirit, cross cultural skills and network to make this initiative happen."
"Fantastic opportunity to set up a business which helps my fellow international students."