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Learn the best strategies for interviewing and practice your skills with this online tool
Connect with employers to find jobs, internships, and co-ops
Employer Video Testimonials
Information for Engineering students considering a Co-op
Information for international Engineering students considering a Co-op
WashU Career Center on Facebook
GoinGlobal gives students expert advice on how to find a job or internship in their dream location, close to home or around the globe.
For Graduate Students and PostDocs to explore topics related to professional skills and job search strategies. Offered at the Danforth and Medical campuses.
The GradCareers website provides comprehensive information for Graduate Students and PostDocs who are exploring career options, developing professional skills, and preparing for the job search.
A career exploration and planning tool for the humanities and social sciences.
Career tips and event notifications on Instagram
Premier academic dossier and credential service for applying to graduate school or post-graduate positions
Interactive Simulation Exercises for Career Transitions; InterSECT is an online platform that allows PhD-level biomedical scientists, regardless of professional stage, to explore future career options.
Network with over 75,000 alumni
Discover careers that relate to your skills
Inspiration on what to wear to work and work/life balance
The University Career Action Network (UCAN) is a consortium of more than 20 top colleges and universities from across the country including WashU. The UCAN Internship Exchange is a shared database listing thousands of domestic and international internships. UCAN can be accessed from the CAREERLink homepage (under the shortcuts menu on the right-hand side).
Access to Award-winning Career Guides
The Versatile PhD is a supportive, web-based community that helps graduate students learn about, pursue, and succeed in non-academic careers. All current WashU doctoral students, doctoral alumni, and current postdoctoral appointees have access to Versatile PhD premium content. Network with humanities and social science PhDs in successful non-academic careers, Read authentic application documents and career autobiographies from “Versatile PhDs”, Use the interactive PhD Career Finder to explore careers based on your academic discipline.