The Office of Career and Professional Development at Washington and Lee University has not vetted any of the internship and volunteer opportunity listings on this page and makes no representations or guarantees regarding any of the listed opportunities. It is the responsibility of students and alumni to do their own due diligence when applying for and accepting any of these opportunities.
Career and Professional Development is part of several top tier consortiums and subscribes to exclusive job search databases. Below you will find more information on these consortiums and databases. If a password is needed, please contact our office and we will be happy to provide it for you.
CareerBuilder - CareerBuilder is a global, end-to-end human capital solutions company focused on helping employers find, hire, and manage great talent. Combining advertising, software, and services, CareerBuilder leads the industry in recruiting solutions, employment screening, and human capital management.
CareerShift - CareerShift's set of tools and applications provide a very unique opportunity to job hunters. While other web services provide bits and pieces of the job hunt process, only CareerShift provides an easy-to-use approach for bringing all these parts together to manage the job hunt all in one place. Students may sign up for an account with their wlu.edu email address.
Going Global - Search for jobs and internships in countries around the world. Also gain country-specific information and insider tips. Contact Career and Professional Development for login information.
Internships.com - Internships.com is the world's largest student-focused internship marketplace, bringing students, employers and higher education institutions together in one centralized location. Login through Facebook, Chegg, or create a free student account.
Leyburn Library Internship Resources - W&L's Leyburn Library has a number of resources listed on its website to help identify internship opportunities, particularly in politics, journalism, and related fields.
Occupational Outlook Handbook - The OOH can help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations.
O*NET OnLine - The nation's primary source of occupational information. It contains information on hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors. It also provides Career Exploration Tools, a set of valuable assessment instruments for workers and students looking to find or change careers.
The Muse - Find free career advice on topics such as Interview Tips, Resume & Cover Letter Samples, and search for Jobs from the best companies.
USAJOBS - The official job and internship site of the United States Federal Government. You can search for positions classified by college major and use the series number (including Architecture, Dance Therapy, Fine Arts, Graphic Arts, Interior Design, Music Therapy, and Museum) for opportunities that appeal to you.
What Can I Do With This Major - Explore typical career areas and the types of employers that hire people with each major, as well as strategies to make you a more marketable candidate.
ZipRecruiter - Free job search app that aggregates listings from over 100 job boards, connecting students with employers. Upload your resume once and apply to multiple jobs with one click.