Faculty & Staff Partnerships
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Student Employment Program ›
On-campus and off-campus, part-time, paid positions available to all students, for skill development and student income
The Wright Search ›
Database for students, alumni and employers to locate each other for co-ops, internships, and career employment. The Wright Search tools for students: résumé posting and employer review, job postings, on-campus interview sign-up, employer search, and event registration.
Individual appointments with Career Services advisers ›
Students may schedule appointments with our advisers to cover topics related to career exploration, co-ops and internships, and career employment.
Career Events ›
Listings of on-campus and off-campus events. Events hosted by Career Services include recruiting days, information sessions, information tables, job search education workshops, on-campus interviews, mixers, and etiquette training.
Arrange presentations for classes or clubs
Career Services staff are available to make classroom and club presentations on the complete range of career services topics.
Presentations can be general in nature or tailored to specific disciplinary areas.
Students can learn about the job outlook in their field, as well as what skills and experiences will make them more competitive in their job search.
Résumé workshops and other practical presentations are available.
Call (937) 775-2556 or email email@example.com
Host employers to share your news & learn their news
Recruiters conduct on-campus interviews in Career Services, seeking students from specific academic disciplines to fill jobs in a variety of organizations.
Recruiters are often available for lunch appointments with faculty or other departmental representatives. Your department is invited to host a recruiter for lunch at the Union Market or at a local restaurant.
Hosting an on-campus recruiter leads to higher visibility and an increased sense of partnership.
Hosting a lunch can yield productive collaborations as well as increased opportunity for your students.
We encourage you to include a Career Services liaison in the lunch invitation, to help build a targeted understanding of available services and benchmark what others have done.
To indicate your interest in hosting an on-campus recruiter during the upcoming on-campus interviewing period, call (937) 775-2556 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Host an Etiquette Luncheon Table for a group of your students
During Etiquette Luncheon, Wright State students are coached through the finer points of business dining, mingling, and networking. Presenter Charlene Walker from Career Services is a Business Etiquette Trainer certified by DTN Productions.
Participation is available to current Wright State students only.
Departments, divisions, faculty and staff may host tables for classes or clubs. Faculty and staff who host a table attend with the students.
Advance reservations are required.
Space is limited and seats are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Faculty or staff interested in hosting an Etiquette Luncheon table, call (937) 775-2556 or email email@example.com
Visit Recruiting Days & other events
Faculty are welcome at Career Services events.
Reservations are required for some events.
Events are targeted to defined student and employer groups.
When you attend an event, please introduce yourself to our staff. We will have up-to-the-minute information to share with you.
Increase student attendance at events through your endorsement.
Classroom announcements and listing of events on syllabi are two ways faculty encourage students to attend Career Services functions.
Your students have multiple opportunities to impress potential employers with their knowledge and skills. Career Services organizes a job search or career exploration event almost every month. Some events enable students to make many job search connections in one day, in one place.
Facualty and staff are excelent influencers. Students appreciate the guidance that sets them on the road to job search success.
Students and alumni need references for special programs, co-ops, internships, and career employment. Career Services encourages students to utilize former employers and faculty or staff at the university who know them well.
Career Services is a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), a professional association which offers tips and guideline for writing references.
Faculty and staff with questions about references, call (937) 775-2556 or email firstname.lastname@example.org