Career Development Resources
The following resources are available for instructors to access and use when introducing students to career exploration, career decision-making and the Career Center.
TypeFocus is an online, interactive program including inventories, facts about majors and occupations, and relate personal preferences to the world of work.
When assigning TypeFocus as homework, you will need to provide them an access code identifying them as Wright State students.
An infographic describing the destination points in your career exploration and decision-making journey, and what to do at each point.
The Career Center offers career development videos, including tips for getting involved on campus, preparing for and participating in internships and co-ops, participating successfully in recruiting fairs, interviewing for jobs, and being a success on the job. The videos are powered by CareerSpots.
The Facilitator Guide provides instructions for conducting an in-class Holland Party. The Party introduces students to John Holland’s theory of career choice and the concept of choosing majors and careers based on interests.