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A Guide to Getting Started with Career Planning

Confused about how to start planning for your future? The Career Center can help you get started! 

Academic Credit for Internships

It is possible to get academic credit for internships; see the steps for getting credit within each of the WashU schools.

Alumni Career Externship (ACE) Program

The Alumni Career Externship (ACE) Program is an opportunity to shadow an alum in his or her professional environment for anywhere from one to five days during spring break.

Applying for Graduate School and Requesting Letters of Recommendation

Get tips and information on applying to graduate school and requesting letters of recommendation.

Applying to Law School

A summary of important things to know in making the decision about whether law school is a good fit for you.

Applying to Medical School

Learn about preparing for and applying to medical school.

Avoiding Tax Scams

Learn about some common tax scams and how to avoid them, particularly for international students.

Big Interview

Use Big Interview to learn and practice your interview skills, whether you’re interviewing for a job or graduate school.

Brown School Career Services

At the Brown School, managing your career begins at orientation and continues beyond graduation.

Business Fundamentals & Professional Competencies for Nonbusiness Students

Not a business student, but could use a boost of essential technical skills to your resume? Sign up for MGT200A!

Career Assessment Tools

The Career Center offers workshops, as well as self assessment tools, to help you explore your interests.

Career Center Advising Locations and Office Hours

See all office hours and locations for the Career Center.

Career Center Success Stories

An interactive database where you can search for examples of internship and research experiences held by WashU students.

Career Center’s Four-Year Plan

Make your plan to prepare for life after graduation during your four years as an undergrad.

Career Center’s Four-Year Plan for International Students

Use your four years at WashU as an international undergrad to prepare for a career in the U.S.

Career Events, Workshops and Employer Programs

The Career Center provides many opportunities for WashU students to interact with employers or enhance their career-building skills. Attend an event today!