Career Support for Under-Resourced Students

The following resources are available to students with questions about career support.

On Campus

CAREER SERVICES

The Washington University in St. Louis Career Center coaches students to translate their interests, skills, values, knowledge, and experiences into purposeful career paths and to join career communities connected to the world beyond WashU.  We serve all students including: Undergraduates, Masters, PhDs, Post-docs, UCollege, and Alumni.

Community Resources

CONNECTIONS TO SUCCESS and DRESS FOR SUCCESS
2125 Bissell 63107  (No street sign – In the Grace Hill building
near Grand and Florissant)  314-584-6887

Monday-Friday 9:00 am-4:00 pm. Organization provides clothing for job interviews and outfits for starting work before the first paycheck. Also, counseling and job readiness. They work with men and women who have been incarcerated, as well as other job seekers. Call to make an appointment if possible.

LAUNCHCODE
​4811 Delmar  63108

Learn coding and programming. 
Non-profit organization that provides classes, mentoring, ‘codergirl’ for women, apprenticeships and job placement in computer technology.