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
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).
LSAT Prep Course
Our LSAT Prep Course helps students become acquainted with the exam, learn strategies for tackling problems, and practice test-taking strategies.
MCAT Prep Course
Prepare to take the MCAT with this course only for WashU students, offered by The Learning Center.
OPT Reporting and I-20 Request
This page is for F-1 International Students who have graduated from Washington University and have applied for OPT or STEM OPT.
Preparation for Graduate and Professional Programs for TRIO Scholars
Learn about TRIO programs to help you prepare for graduate school and and support your professional development.
STEM OPT Reporting – Change in Employment
Complete this form if you have stopped working for an employer and have taken a new job.
Student Insurance Continuation
Graduate students who graduate in May or August have the option to enroll themselves and their dependents in the continuation plan.
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.