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Connecting diverse, multidisciplinary talent with your organization

The Career Center prides itself on connecting student talent with employer needs. In today's dynamic and global marketplace you demand the intellectual capacity, diverse perspective, unbending ambition, and driving passion of a Washington University student.

Fulfilling your individual recruitment needs.

Your designated Business Development Specialist can work with you to create a customized recruiting plan for engaging Washington University talent. Please call the Employer Relations team at (314) 935-9005 to connect with the Business Development Specialist assigned to your organization.

Partner with Washington University, a world-class university where passionate students become purposeful leaders. Here's why. 

 

Recruitment

On-campus recruiting is a great way to engage students for job, internship and co-op opportunities. Learn about ways your organization can connect with students at Washington University in St. Louis.

Post a Position

Internships and co-ops provide students with the opportunity to try out a career field, while companies gain eager, skilled workers and many other benefits. Learn more about how your organization will benefit from an intern or co-op student, and how to post opportunities to Washington University's online recruiting platform.

Event Calendar

The Career Center offers an array of on-campus activities. Visit the Event Calendar to see how, and when, Washington University fits into your schedule.

Employer Relations Directory

Meet our team of Business Development Specialists.

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“Washington University students are hardworking and well-rounded. They are not shy about hard work. It may sound old fashioned, but a strong work ethic is important to success.”