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Outcomes Survey

The Outcomes Survey is an online college graduate survey for gathering employment and graduate school admissions data from new graduates, based upon prevailing national demands and standards.

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The Wright State Career Center connects people with people, and people with resources. We empower students to transform their education and ambitions into meaningful work over the course of their lifetime. We educate students to cultivate personal networks that shape their professional journey.

Students

The Career Center provides resources to help you engage in self-discovery, explore majors and careers, build experience, and develop your professional skills.

  • Find a major that fits.
  • Review Student Employment, co-op, internship, and career employment job postings.
  • Find basic requirements and advanced tips to write resumes.
  • Complete your Career Center account profile.
  • Post your resume for employers.
  • Visit the Resource Library inside your Career Center account.
  • Register for networking, recruiting, and educational events.

Employers

The Career Center provides connecting points and engagement opportunities between employers and job seekers.

  • Apply for a Career Center account.
  • Post Student Employment, co-op, internship, and career employment job postings.
  • Register for Career Center events.
  • Conduct On Campus Interviews.
  • Request a recruitment information table or session.


Wright State News

Mock presidential debate in the works as part of campus activities leading up to real debate

Student Government is planning numerous debate-related activities, including festivals, musical acts and debate watch parties, on campus leading up to Sept. 26.
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Theater theory

Wright State improv students use acting skills to give incoming freshmen glimpse of college life
Theatre students will perform sketches challenging situations incoming students may face during the Raider Academy residential summer program.
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Business driven

High school juniors and seniors learned what it’s like to work in the field of business during a residential camp hosted by Wright State’s Raj Soin College of Business.
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Wright State history professor talks about history of beards on ‘CBS Sunday Morning’

Christopher Oldstone-Moore, senior lecturer and researcher in the Department of History, discussed trends in facial hair during a story on beards that aired June 19 on “CBS Sunday Morning.” Watch the story, “Letting one’s hair WAY down.”
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