Apply as an individual participant
Required documents for a US visa
Apply as a host organization
Documents for before and during programs
Promoting cultural exchange between the US and other countries
Prospective exchange visitors will apply for a J-1 visa at a US embassy or consulate
US government agencies that exchange visitors may interact with
Useful information when living and interning in the US
Necessary information to help participants prepare for their trip to the US
Tips and advice that will help participants adapt to a new work environment
Accomodation, transportation, weather, and culture.
Social Security Card, US tax forms, filing, and more.
Workers’ Compensation by state, State W-4 forms, and more.
Subpart A 62.10-62.17 Administration
Subpart B 62.20-62.32 Programs
Subpart C 62.40-62.45 Adjustments
Appendix E Unskilled Occupations
Subparts D-F 62.50/60/70~ Sponsors
Fusia connects, grows and serves global young professionals since 2008.
We're a designated sponsor of the US Dept. of State's J-1 (BridgeUSA) internship programs
FUSIA's CCIP Internship in NYC offers internship positions across a diverse range of industries, including government, NGOs, advertising, IT, engineering, and more.
CCIP internships are ideal for students pursuing a variety of majors, providing valuable hands-on experience and cross-cultural competencies.
• Do not contact the host directly. For questions, reach out to FUSIA via WhatsApp chat at +1 917 244 2600.
• Acceptance decisions are based on participants’ opt-ins for hosts and sessions in Step 2 of the application panel.
• The offered positions are typically unpaid, but some private hosts may offer a MetroCard or modest stipend for transportation and/or meals.
• J-1 visa holders who receive a stipend apply for an SSC upon arrival and file their tax returns by the following April (subject to a 14% tax).
• The host roster only includes general descriptions and is subject to updates without prior notice. Last updated on March 3, 2023.
Before filling out the host and session preference panel in the application, it’s essential to read the must-know information in this section regarding host and session selection and placement.
What does the J-1 internship requirement to match academic study mean? Can a business major apply for a government internship?
What type of candidates are you looking for, and how do you assess them?
I am particularly interested in government positions. Do you have additional insights that you can share?
Can applicants specify their preferred hosts and sessions?
How many hosts and sessions can I opt out of?
Will there be interviews with hosts for this program?
When will I know which host and session I will be assigned to?
Are stipends provided by hosts for internships?
How far away are the host organizations and what is the cost of commuting?
Can I change my host/session preferences after paying the program fee?
I can't find my study field in the roster. Will you add it?