Career Tools

WashU students now have free access to Big Interview. Learn the best strategies for interviewing and practice your skills with this online tool. Login with your WUSTL key to get started.

Career Advising

One-on-one advising can help you crystallize your interests, guide you on how to structure your career search, as well as help you identify the tools to target employers and keep your search moving.


CAREERlink is the Career Center's web-based recruiting platform. Search job and internship opportunities, upload resumes, and learn more about employers that work with Washington University.

Career Development Skills

The Career Center has a wealth of resources to help you improve your job and internship search skills. Find tips on topics such as resume writing and impressing employers in an interview, and get more information on scheduling an advising appointment or attending a workshop.

Success Stories

Success Stories invites you to search for examples of internship experiences held by current students and recent alumni. You can also share your own experience: how you found your internship opportunities, what you learned from your experience, and what advice you might wish to share with other students.


Interfolio is the online dossier, credentials and letter of recommendation service provided to students in the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences.


Versatile PhD is the online professional development resource on non-academic careers for students in the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences.

More Resources

Find additional resources on finding and landing a job, internship or co-op, along with information on applying to graduate, medical or law school.