The INTS major enriches the global understanding of students seeking any career path. Many INTS graduates seek employment in rapidly expanding international careers. They gain the extra edge that foreign language competency and international experience provide. Companies in every country are going global and seek employees with international perspectives. Some students are dedicated to careers in the growing non-profit humanitarian, human rights, social justice, and development fields. Others plan to enter the diplomatic service of their home countries or work for international organizations. Recent graduates have worked in international security, with government agencies in translation services, for cultural and environmental organizations, for export-import companies, in banking, tourism, teaching (overseas and in the U.S.) and for a variety of non-profit organizations. Increasingly, INTS alums pursue graduate studies in international relations, international education, regional studies, anthropology, geography, business, law, international public administration/policy, development studies and TESL.