• With proper work authorization, international students are eligible to work in the U.S. while pursuing their education and after receiving their degree.
  • The Heebner CDC is here to help you understand the job, co-op or internship process as well as a wide range of career topics
  • You will need to contact International House, to discuss work authorization and immigration regulations. Regulations change from year to year, so be sure to connect with International House regularly to stay up-to-date.


GoinGlobal‘s WPI institutional subscription is available to students and alumni at no charge. It includes:

  • Country Career Guides: Country-specific career information and resources
  • USA/Canada City Career Guides: career relatedt resources for some of the largest cities in North America
  • Job Postings and Internship Listings:   Search for opportunities in the United States and around the world
  • H-1B Hub: Search the H-1B database to view companies who have submitted H-1B visa petitions.

  • HackerRank Hands on practice to polish your technical skills and ace your interview.
  • LeetCode Enhance your skills, expand your knowledge and prepare for technical interviews.
  • Hacker-U’s Just Code Hands on practice to master the coding interview
  • Preparing for your Google Interview: Coding Googlers share targeted advice for the coding portions of Google’s interview process for technical and engineering candidates, covering tips for communication and collaboration advice, algorithms and data structures, and more!

Gender in Handshake If your Handshake profile does not accurately reflect your gender identity and you would like this to be corrected, please fill out this survey. This information is only for use by the Heebner CDC in Handshake. Please note that employers are not able to see the gender field in Handshake. If you have any questions please contact us at cdc@wpi.edu


Utilize the Out for Work LGBTQIAP+ Library for information and tips on finding LGBTQ+ friendly companies, coming out at work, and more. 

Note: the Library requires a username and password for access; WPI’s username is outforwork; the password is cccp2013.

CareerShift is a job and internship search tool that aggregates opportunities from multiple sources and provides contact information for alumni and other professionals. For access, visit the WPI WPI CareerShift homepage: Create an account using your WPI email address and password. CareerShift is free for all WPI students and alumni.