1) Humay Gasimzade
2) Su Jin Kang / Martha Cargo
3) Ramon G. Tenefrancia / Yibai Shao
4) Jamie Sampana / Yibai Shao
5) Xiaoyue Liu / Lingyao Mu
6) David Vazquez Jaramillo / Martin Granda Vintimilla / Xiaoyue Liu
7) Fabio Alvarez
8) Janice Wijaya / Christopher Tun Andersen / Zagisha Kamil / Toby Winarto / Tzu-Wei Huang
9) Anna-Lea Rebholz / Yadi Liang
Members of Manhattan School of Music’s international student population and fellow classmates will come together to perform in a unique concert showcasing their many talents, as well as pieces by composers from their home countries………Presented for the 12th time in collaboration by International Student Services and the Distance Learning Program.
If you cannot join us in person, you can watch the concert LIVE at http://dl.msmnyc.edu/live
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS
What is a Social Security Number?
A Social Security Number (SSN) is required by the U.S. government for tax and employment reporting purposes. It is used to report an employee's earnings or a student's taxable scholarship benefits. However, the SSN does NOT grant legal authorization to work in the United States. International Students on an F-1 or J-1 student visa must be granted legal employment authorization BEFORE he/she can use or apply for the social security number.
Please review BELOW all the legal employment opportunities available for international students.
RULES & REGULATIONS FOR F-1 AND J-1 STUDENT VISA HOLDERS
- Students must be enrolled full-time (at least 12 credits). Students may be eligible for part-time enrollment in his/her final semester before graduation
- Students must be enrolled every semester and must be making "normal progress" toward his/her completion of studies
- Students must notify International Student Services within 10 days for address changes, name changes, or visa status changes
- Passports must always be valid (at least 6 months into future)
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES. This written authorization must be given before beginning the employment
- Do NOT engage in illegal employment. ALL OFF-CAMPUS EMPLOYMENT MUST COME WITH WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION FROM
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
- Enrolled F-1 and J-1 visa holders are permitted to work on-campus up to 20 hours per week while classes are in session, and up to 40 hours per week
during school break periods. Students are eligible to apply for any on-campus position that is NOT designated as a "work/study" position
- Curricular Practical Training (CPT) - An off-campus employment opportunity for F-1 visa holders that meet the following guidelines:
- Must have been in legal F-1 status for at least one academic year (9 months)
- Must complete the CPT Application in International Student Services
- Must be in good academic standing
- Must have a specific job offer in a position related to field of study. Part-time work (no more than 20 hours per week) can be authorized while school is in session. Full-time employment authorization can be given during school break periods.
- Must be able to add the PT1500 Curricular Practical Training course to class schedule. This elective course has a value of 0.5 credit
- Optional Practical Training (OPT) - An off-campus employment opportunity for F-1 visa holders to gain practical experience in jobs related to field of study. Students that have been in legal F-1 status for at least one academic year (9 months) can apply for a 12-month period of OPT through International Student Services; however, the application must be approved by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and can take up to 90 days for approval. Most students choose to use the full 12-month period of OPT following the completion of his/her studies as full-time employment is permitted; however, students can apply to use some of his/her 12-month OPT period while still enrolled. In this case, employment is limited to part-time (no more than 20 hours per week) unless it takes place during school break periods.