Find Your Path in the World Outside WashU
Job? Graduate School? Research? Travel? Internship? The opportunities are endless, but we want to help you make sense of them. Whether you’re looking for resume help or scholarships to apply to, we can help you begin to make sense of the world past Brookings.
Handshake is the Career Center’s online recruiting program, where WashU students find jobs, internships, research and co-op opportunities.
Schedule an appointment with the WashU Career Center online.
Confused about how to start planning for your future? The Career Center can help you get started!
When you're ready to think about your life after WashU, The Career Center has advising, workshops, events, online resources, peer groups and much more.
College life is so all-encompassing that you may not be thinking about what happens next. The Career Center can help with that in a myriad of ways.Read the story
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.
Foreign National Information System Instructions
A key part of the foreign national payroll process is submitting data via the secure Foreign National Information System (FNIS) website.
Foreign National Payroll Process at WashU
Learn about the specific payroll requirements that apply to recipients of funds from WashU.
Immigration and Visa Updates
OISS provides the latest USCIS updates affecting WashU's international students and scholars.
Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers
An Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) is a tax processing number issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
J-1 Student Social Security Letter Request
Complete this form to request a social security letter as a J-1 student.
We’re here to support all WashU students wherever you are on your career journey.
Campus Life empowers students to discover and define themselves and their communities through advising, programs and resources.
The OISS enables international students and scholars to thrive academically and socially.