Attend WUSTL College Advising Corps Info Session

Do you want to be a change agent in the St. Louis community by helping high school students from under-served communities navigate the college-going process? The WUSTL College Advising Corps hires graduating seniors or recent alumni to be full-time college advisers. WUSTL CAC is part of the national College Advising Corps, which works to increase […]

Apply for TurboVote Summer Internships

Democracy Works believes voting should fit the way we live. To that end, the organization builds technology, such as TurboVote, for both voters and election administrators that simplifies the process and ensures that no voter should ever have to miss an election. The partnerships team within the voter engagement department recruits schools, organizations, and groups […]

Apply to Urban Teachers

Are you curious about a career in education? Making a consistent impact on young people? Continuing to move the needle on effective, sustainable, and well-rounded education in this country? Are you also looking for a meaningful and lucrative full-time career that allows you to do good in our communities? Well, Urban Teachers may be just […]

Join GlobeMed for Social Justice Week

Join GlobeMed for Social Justice Week! This year’s theme centers around narratives that help us better understand the personal, human experiences surrounding various injustices throughout the world as well as what we can do to combat those injustices. We will be hosting various events that address diverse issues, so come join the dialogue of important […]

Attend Screening of “Which Way Home”

GlobeMed and ALAS will be screening the documentary Which Way Home on Tuesday, February 19, from 6-8pm in Seigle 109. Which Way Home shows the personal side of immigration through the eyes of children who face harrowing dangers with enormous courage and resourcefulness as they endeavor to make it to the United States. The film […]

Attend Welcoming the Stranger to St. Louis

The John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics is sponsoring an event entitled Welcoming the Stranger to St. Louis: Religious Responses to Recent Immigrants and Refugees on Wednesday, February 20, from 7-8:30pm in the Women’s Building Formal Lounge. We will bring together local leaders to consider current issues related to immigration and refugees with a keen […]

Apply to be a Summer Associate with the Office of Sustainability

The Office of Sustainability is seeking applications from individuals interested in joining their team for the summer, beginning in June 2019. Student Associates will work collaboratively in groups on projects with oversight from the Office of Sustainability staff and will engage in a broad range of projects including renewable energy, alternative transportation, waste diversion, sustainable […]

Register for the NEDA Walk

The St. Louis National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) Walk will be held on Saturday, April 6 from 9am-11am at Tilles Park (9551 Litzsinger Road, St. Louis, MO 63124). The St. Louis Walk raises awareness and funds for eating disorder programs, education outreach, and the support of individuals and families. We want to build community, inspire […]

Attend Lecture on Physics in Diagnostic Medicine

WashU Physics Outreach presents Physics in Diagnostic Medicine, a lecture by Dr. James Miller. This event will be held on Saturday, February 16 at 10am in Crow Hall 201. Open to the public. No background in physics necessary. Learn more here.

Apply for the Jeremiah Fellowship

The Jeremiah Fellowship brings young adult activists together and engages them in Bend the Arc’s campaigns through community-based organizing. The Jeremiah Fellowship is inviting young Jewish adults in cities across the country to join us to transform yourself, your community, and our country. As a Jeremiah Fellow, you will dive deeply into the landscape of […]

Apply for Position as Chair of DEI for Sling Health

Sling Health STL, WashU’s student-run healthcare startup incubator, is seeking to create a culture within our program that is more inclusive and that attracts students from diverse backgrounds. To help us expand our student outreach and enrich our program, we are recruiting a passionate Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Chair to lead and implement Sling Health […]

Attend Trending Topics: Vandana Shiva

Join Student Union and Student Environmental Council in welcoming Dr. Vandana Shiva to WashU! The event will be held on Wednesday, February 13 from 7-8pm in Graham Chapel, followed by a book signing from 8-9pm. Dr. Shiva’s talk, titled Earth Democracy, will explore the ways environmental issues affect our democratic institutions and how environmental action […]

Attend Watch Party for Board of Aldermen Forum

Attend a Live Stream and Watch Party for the 2019 Board of Alderman Presidential Primary Candidate Forum on Wednesday, February 13, 6-8pm, in the second floor lounge of Brown Hall. The forum is presented by the Social Policy and Electoral Accountability Collaborative (SPEAC). The primary race for the President of the Board of Aldermen is […]

Attend WashU Votes Spring Kickoff

WashU Votes will be kicking off things for the semester at two meetings. All are welcome to join! (You only need to attend one meeting.) -Tuesday, February 12, 6pm, DUC 150: RSVP here. -Wednesday, February, 6pm, DUC 150: RSVP here. At these meetings we will build community, plan for the semester, and break into (new!) committees. This semester, we will be […]

Apply for DC Internships through the Fund for American Studies

The Fund for American Studies is accepting applications for the Summer 2019 Academic Internship Program in Washington, DC. The comprehensive program includes academic coursework through George Mason University, an internship placement, furnished housing, guest lectures, as well as a variety of opportunities for networking and professional development. Generous scholarship funding is available. Tuesday, February 12: Priority […]

Attend Metro Transit Town Hall Meeting

Washington University in St. Louis contracts with Metro Transit to provide Greenline shuttle transportation and free U-Passes for trains and buses to our full-time faculty, staff, students and contractors. This enables our community to travel more freely around campus and the St. Louis area. WashU works closely with Metro Transit to ensure we are maintaining […]

Apply for the Gyo Obata Fellowship in Arts Administration

The Regional Arts Commission, with major support from the Gateway Foundation, is excited to announce the Gyo Obata Fellowship. With the goal of building a more equitable field of arts administration in St. Louis, the Gyo Obata Fellowship will support paid work opportunities for ten undergraduate students from backgrounds that have been traditionally underrepresented in […]

Attend #GOV101 Seminar

Join us for the third season of this popular seminar that demystifies the state legislative process, encourages effective advocacy and promotes citizen participation with state government. The event will be held on Tuesday, February 12 at 5pm in Clark-Fox Forum in Hillman Hall. RSVP required. Hosted by Hon. Stacey Newman, recently retired state representative, participants will […]

Attend St. Louis Moms’ Panel

Come to the St. Louis Moms’ Panel on Wednesday, February 20 at 6pm in Wilson 214. This event, sponsored by Phi Lambda Psi and GlobeMed, will feature Community Advisers from Enhanced Centering Pregnancy to speak about their personal experience accessing healthcare resources in St. Louis and their efforts to reduce maternal mortality disparities in their own […]

Attend Blacks in America: 400 Years Plus, Featuring Wesley Bell

This event, entitled Black Struggle, Resiliency, and Hope for the Future, is the first in a three-part trilogy to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the arrival of Africans in the United States. The 400 Years Plus Trilogy will explore various aspects of Black experience, struggle and resiliency from historical and current perspectives. It will also […]

Attend Conversation with Peter Wehner and Melissa Rogers

Attend the John C. Danforth Center for Religion and Politics’ event, Religion and Polarized Politics: Peter Wehner and Melissa Rogers on Revitalizing Democratic Pluralism. The event will be held on Tuesday, February 12, 7-8:30pm in the Emerson Auditorium. Please join us for an important and timely conversation between two former White House officials. Peter Wehner served in the […]

Join WU Adopt a Grandparent

WU Adopt a Grandparent aims to foster intergenerational connections between WashU students and older adults in the St. Louis community. Students can get involved by attending group visits to a local assisted living community where we host and participate in a variety of enrichment activities. To attend visits, a short training is required. Our spring […]

Volunteer for Art Program for People with Dementia

Opening Minds Through Art is an award-winning, evidence-based, art-making program. It is a failure-free opportunity for creative self-expression and social engagement for people living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Stonecrest at Clayton View, an assisted living community in Richmond Heights, MO, is looking for student volunteers to work one on one with […]

Apply to GlobeMed

GlobeMed is a student-run global health non-profit, part of a national network of student organizations committed to building sustainable partnerships with community-based healthcare NGOs and initiatives across the world. The WashU chapter is partnered with Uganda Development and Health Associates (UDHA), working to fully fund two projects: a Youth Resource Center focused on sexual health […]

Apply for the Cleveland Foundation Public Service Fellowship

The Cleveland Foundation Public Service Fellowship immerses talented, emerging leaders from across the country in the work of Cleveland’s public sector, providing them an opportunity to develop their skills, enhance their networks, and jumpstart a career in public service. College graduates who earned their undergraduate degrees between spring 2017 and spring 2019 are eligible to […]

Apply to be a Program Assistant with the College Prep Program

The College Prep Program is an immersive, on-campus learning experience at Washington University for St. Louis area talented, yet under-resourced high school students. Incoming scholars live on campus for two weeks the summer after freshman year and three weeks the summers after sophomore and junior year. College Prep scholars also attend workshops, lectures, and campus […]

Apply for Service-Learning Programs with Civic Education Project

The Civic Education Project (CEP), a leadership and civic engagement program at Northwestern University, is now hiring exceptional staff for Spring & Summer Service-Learning Programs in Chicago, IL; Berkeley, CA; and Baltimore, MD.  Lead a group of 12-18 outstanding middle or high school students from around the country in service-learning experiences at community organizations to learn from local activists, leaders and […]

Attend Community University Engagement Summit

The Building Vibrant Partnerships: Community University Engagement Summit is a joint project that explores opportunities to engage in meaningful, co-created community partnerships between local campuses, nonprofits and civic institutions. It deepens the dialogue we started in the last summit on the best practices throughout the region and how we continue to learn to amplify community […]

Attend Housing Advocacy Fair

Learn how you can help our region become less segregated and more equitable. Presentation of Mobilizing the Faithful: Housing Workshop invites participants to reflect through a faith lens on information from the Segregation in St. Louis: Dismantling the Divide report. A panel of leading housing advocacy organizations will offer specific ways to act on the report’s recommendations. Presented by […]

Apply to Work at Sherwood Forest Summer Camp

Sherwood Forest is a summer camp in southeast Missouri that serves low-income kids from the St. Louis area, promoting academic, social, and emotional learning. Sherwood Forest is looking for people to join their team this summer who are not only seeking to work at a summer camp, but also want to help kids discover the […]

Attend Title Mine Comment Writing Drive

Title Mine is a student-run activist movement that emerged on WashU’s campus in April 2018 to demand sexual assault policy reform on WashU’s campus. In December, the Department of Education officially released new Title IX Regulations and opened the 60-day notice & comment period, which ends on January 28. Title Mine stands strongly against Title […]

Volunteer at RED Gala to Help People Affected by HIV/AIDS 

The RED Gala, hosted by Doorways Housing, raises money to help those affected by homelessness and HIV/AIDS in the St. Louis area. Volunteers are needed on Saturday, February 2 from 4:45-10:30pm at the Ritz-Carlton in Clayton. Sign up here.

Submit Nominations for the What’s Right with the Region Awards

FOCUS St. Louis is now accepting nominations for the 22nd Annual What’s Right with the Region Awards. Nominate an individual, organization or initiative that you believe is making a difference in the St. Louis region by Monday, February 4. Twenty honorees will be selected and honored at the awards celebration, set for May 16 at […]

Apply to be a BEAR Leader

BEAR leaders support the Bear Beginnings orientation program by leading 15-18 first-year students through one of a choice of themes during the Immersive Experience Program (IEP), which provides first-year students the opportunity to develop their community by engaging on and off campus in a three day small group experience. Themes include Arts Under the Arch, […]

Support GlobeMed’s Annual Art Auction

Please consider being a part of GlobeMed’s annual art auction, Aesthetic! We are looking for artists from WashU to contribute art! We will accept all mediums of art, including photography and digital art. We are looking for pieces with a minimum bid of below $75. If your donated art sells, you will receive 25% of […]

Attend Title Mine’s Comment-Writing Party

Title Mine is a student-run activist movement that emerged on WashU’s campus in April 2018 to demand sexual assault policy reform on WashU’s campus. Last Thursday, the Department of Education officially released new Title IX Regulations and opened the 60-day notice & comment period, which ends on January 28. Title Mine stands strongly against Title […]

Apply for the OneUSDA Internship Program 

As part of the Federal Pathways Program, the OneUSDA Internship provides students a way to explore a career in government while gaining work experience in agriculture, natural resources, rural development, and other career fields. An internship with USDA will involve various components of on-the-job experience, mentorship, and training tailored to the student’s education, experience, and […]

Join GlobeMed’s Team for the GO! St. Louis Race Events

Join GlobeMed at WashU’s team for the GO! St. Louis race events on April 5-6. You can join our team by registering for the 5k, 10k, Half Marathon, Marathon Relay, and Full Marathon, and as a part of our team, you will receive a free GlobeMed + GO! St. Louis T-Shirt, discounted race registration fees […]

Volunteer to Judge the Gateway Science Academy Science and Engineering Fair

Plans for the Gateway Science Academy Science and Engineering Fair (GSASEF) are underway. This year our fair will be held on Saturday, January 26, 2019 at St. Louis Science Center. Participating projects will come from students in grades 5-12, and they are eager to display their projects to people like you. Our students have been […]

A Fresh View of a Historic Presidency: An Evening with Stuart Eizenstat

During a decade and a half of public service in three U.S. administrations, Ambassador Eizenstat has held a number of key senior positions, including chief White House domestic policy adviser to President Jimmy Carter. Eizenstat will join us next week to discuss his recent book President Carter: The White House Years. After the formal remarks, there […]

Attend Lunch with a Pro with Claude Marx: Journalism and Breaking into D.C.

Attend Lunch with a Pro, sponsored by the Career Center, with alumnus and award-winning journalist, Claude Marx. Mr. Marx is a reporter for FTC:WATCH, and he previously served as Washington reporter for Credit Union Times. He is currently writing a biography of William Howard Taft. The event will be held on Friday, December 7, 2-3pm in DUC […]

Apply for the Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs

The Coro Fellowship uses the city as a classroom to train the next generation of change makers. Today’s complex urban environments present constantly evolving challenges and opportunities, creating an increasing need for versatile leaders with the ability to forge connections and lead across the nonprofit, business and government sectors. Competitively selected applicants join an intimate […]

Attend Symposium: “Where’s the Science in Forensic Science? Seeking to Eliminate Wrongful Convictions”

Attend the inaugural symposium of the Center for Integrity in Forensic Science. Expert panelists will discuss forensic science, developments in the field, and how wrongful convictions can be prevented. Lunch will be provided. The event will be held on Thursday, November 15, 12-4:30pm in Anheuser-Busch Hall’s Bryan Cave Courtroom. Register here. View more details here. […]

Mentor and Tutor Students in Chicago & NYC with SAGA Innovations

Are you passionate about education, teaching, or social justice? Undecided about what’s next or looking for a gap year? Spending a year of service with SAGA Innovations can help you sort out priorities, build new skills, and build empowering relationships with students in Chicago or New York City. As a SAGA Fellow, you’ll be part […]

Ability’s Squash the Stigma Week

Next week, November 12-16, is Squash the Stigma Week! Every fall, the Ability Club plans events to start a discussion about physical and mental disabilities. This year, the focus will be physical impairments and issues with the accessibility of buildings on campus. Every day, we will be doing a photo campaign in the DUC. Stop […]

Join WU Adopt a Grandparent

WU Adopt a Grandparent is a student group aimed at fostering intergenerational connections between WashU students and older adults in the St. Louis community. Students can get involved in two ways: through group visits to an assisted living community or through letter-writing and long-distance companionship. We will offer a training session from 5-6pm on Wednesday, […]

Volunteer to Free Quarry Park from Invasive Bush Honeysuckle

Invasive bush honeysuckle is depriving native plants, trees, and wildlife from needed resources to survive. Volunteering your time is one way to stop the spread of bush honeysuckle. Join the Kirkwood Parks Assistance Corps on Saturday, November 3 or Saturday, November 10 from 8am-11am to free Quarry Park from bush honeysuckle. Volunteers use hand tools […]

Attend McNair Scholars Program Information Session

The McNair Scholars Program at SLU offers participating students opportunities to prepare for graduate studies through the following: faculty collaboration on research projects, seminars and workshops, national conference presentations, academic support, professional development activities, faculty mentoring, faculty-supervised summer research internships, GRE preparation, and graduate school visits. The McNair Scholars Program is currently accepting scholars applications […]

Volunteer to Drive St. Louis Voters on Election Day

Each election, millions of people cannot vote because of transportation issues. The Graduate Student Senate, the Graduate and Professional Student Advisory Council to the CDI, and WashU Student Union are partnering with the nonpartisan A. Philip Randolph Institute to offer rides to the polls for St. Louis voters in need. Volunteers will work in teams […]