Tools, resources, and connections for career readiness and lifelong success
As an integrated hub collaborating across Washington University in St. Louis, the Center for Career Engagement provides coaching, skills training, career planning, and access to a global community of business leaders, recruiters, influencer networks and WashU alumni. We help students turn their WashU education into real-world stories of success.
Confused about how to start planning for your future? The Career Center can help you get started!
It is possible to get academic credit for internships; see the steps for getting credit within each of the WashU schools.
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.
When you're ready to think about your life after WashU, the Center for Career Engagement has advising, workshops, events, online resources, peer groups and much more.
WashU Center for Career Engagement
College life is so all-encompassing that you may not be thinking about what happens next. The Center for Career Engagement can help with that!Read the story
Brown School Career Services
At the Brown School, managing your career begins at orientation and continues beyond graduation.
Chancellor’s Career Fellows Program
The Chancellor’s Career Fellows Program is a comprehensive, fully funded career education experience for selected WashU second-year undergraduate students whose family income is less than $75,000. The goal of the […]
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.
Guide to Community Mental Health Services
This guide is meant to provide some information and insight for students looking for off-campus mental health services.
Hire WashU RSVP<br>Tuesday, April 18, 2023
Welcome to the registration site for Hire WashU, which will take place on Tuesday, April 18, 2023. We are excited to provide you the opportunity to engage with university leaders, […]
We’re here to support all WashU students wherever you are on your career journey.
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The OISS enables international students and scholars to thrive academically and socially.