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Career Search Strategies

We are committed to supporting you throughout your search process – from initial brainstorming to internship experiences and post-graduation plans.

Chancellor’s Career Fellows Program

The Chancellor’s Career Fellows Program is a comprehensive, fully funded career education experience for selected WashU second-year students whose family income is less than $75,000. The goal of the program […]

Clean Up Your Facebook

See four easy steps to clean up your Facebook before you're screened by prospective employers.

Clinical Experiences for Pre-Med Students

Exposure to clinical medicine will help you evaluate whether a career in healthcare is the correct fit for you.

Cover Letters for Sam Fox Art Students

Tips for writing a successful cover letter as a Sam Fox Art Students.

Designing Your First and Second Years

Resources for Summer Experiences, Campus Connection & Community Engagement We want to partner with you as you follow your curiosity and explore options. Even in your early college years, there […]

Employer Insights

We interviewed several employers to give you some perspective on why Career Center networking events are great opportunities.

Employer SLAMs

SLAMs are very similar to career fairs, but they differ in that employers pitch themselves to you!

Employment Offers and Acceptance Guidelines

The following guidelines have been established to ensure that undue pressure is not placed on students by employing organizations.

Engineering Co-Op Program

The McKelvey School of Engineering offers students a unique opportunity to gain in-depth engineering experience.

Engineering Co-Op Program for International Students

See information for international engineering students considering a co-op.

F-1 STEM OPT Extension Sponsored by WashU

Learn about the 24-month STEM OPT Extension for for F-1 international students with STEM degrees working on their 12-months post-completion OPT.

F-1 Student Employment & Training

The types of employment for which F-1 students may be eligible depend on each student’s individual circumstances.

Find a Career Adviser

Use online scheduling to find a career adviser for your interests. Log in to schedule online, or call 314-935-5930. Skype / phone advising available.

Find a Fellowship

Explore fellowship opportunities for undergraduate and postgraduate study and research.

Find Internships, Jobs and Events on Handshake

Handshake is the Career Center’s online recruiting program, where WashU students find jobs, internships, research and co-op opportunities.