Student Employment (SE) Quick Search Description of service

Quick access to the list of on-campus and off-campus part-time Student Employment (SE) job postings.

Full Access LogIn Description of service

(The Wright Search)

Full Access includes co-op, internship, career positions, recruiting event registration, and part-time Student Employment job postings, plus On Campus Interviews.

Full Access requires regular action and updates on your part.

The Outcomes Survey
for Graduating Students & Recent Grads
More information


Request your link to The Outcomes Survey

Word logo art for The Outcomes Survey

Tell us what you are doing!

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

Wright State University asks all soon-to-graduate students and recent graduates to complete the survey and periodically update it in the year following graduation.

At each stage of the survey, students who respond have the chance to win a giveaway item.

Watch for details that come to the email address designated "Primary Email" in your Wright State University student record.

Get Started

With Career Center Logins you enter a database for Wright State University students and alumni, and the employers who want to hire them.

Is your interest limited to part-time on-campus or off-campus Student Employment jobs?

  1. Use the Student Employment Job Postings button for quick access to the searchable list of Student Employment jobs.

Ready for co-op, internship, career positions, and registering for those recruiting events?

  1. We create your basic student account in the first term you register for credit-bearing classes.
    Login, complete and submit your full profile. If you don't select Submit, you won't get access!
    By submitting your profile, you accept the terms of The Career Center Agreement that is presented on the Submit page.
  2. Not required to upload your resume until you are ready for co-op, internship, career job postings, and event registration.
    Until you upload a resume, your Applicant Type will be "Access Limited - no resume uploaded" -  but as this Applicant Type, you'll be able to review Student Employment positions and event listings.
    Inside your account, review Basic Résumé Requirements.
  3. When you first upload your résumé through My Account > My Documents, it will be reviewed by a Career Center advisor.
    Résumés are typically reviewed within three business days.
  4. Document status appears on the My Documents page inside your account: "Resume Approved" or "Needs Revision."
    You'll also get feedback about revisions via your account email.
  5. It may take several rounds of revisions, then when your resume is approved, revisit your Profile to select all Applicant Type(s) that match your current job search.
    In your Jobs menu, only those position types that match your Applicant Type:
    • Seeking career
    • Seeking co-op/internship
    • Seeking part-time Student Employment
  6. Want your résumé to be available to employers?
    In your Profile, select Allow Employer Viewing = Yes. This field is reset to "No" on or near November 30, March 31, and July 31. You'll need to update.
  7. Update your resume at least as often as you update Allow Employer Viewing.
  8. More things you can do inside your account:
    • Regularly check your referral activity (employers who have looked at your résumé).
    • Review job postings - there's something new almost every business day.
    • Create automated emails to alerts based on your search of job postings.
      Automated emails will notify you if new jobs are posted that meet your search criteria.
    • Review and sign up for On Campus Interviews - the employers come to campus!
    • Register for events that help your job search: career fairs, information sessions, information tables, networking events, and Career Center training.
  9. If you need to make changes to your Citizenship, contact the Registrar.

Students taking classes but not earning credit or those who are temporary student guests at the university may not have access to an account.

Questions? Call 937.775.2556, or email careercenter@wright.edu

Get Experience

Students at Wright State have many opportunities to build skills and experience.

Co-ops and internships are experiences for upper level students, recquiring some specialty skill and knowledge acquired through university education and experience.
You must meet university eligibility requirements to participate in co-ops and internships.

Co-op & Internship Information

Some other career-building experiences at Wright State include:

Forgot UID or PIN? Can't log in?

Current students looking only for part-time Student Employment job postings, use that button for quick access that does not require a UID or PIN.

Logging in to the database for Full Access requires your UID and PIN.

Your UID is a 9-digit University ID number (UID) that is assigned by Wright State University.

  • If you attempt to log in using your UID and PIN, and then you receive a message telling you that the user name you entered is invalid, contact the Career Center at 937.775.2556.
  • If you do not know your UID or PIN, please call the CaTS Help Desk at 1.888.775.4827.

If you know your UID but have forgotten your PIN:

  1. Visit WINGS Express
  2. Enter your UID in the UID field;
  3. Select the Forgot Pin? button;
  4. Answer your security questions then select the Submit Answer button;
  5. Enter and re-enter a new PIN, then select the Reset PIN button.

If you cannot answer your security questions or are experiencing other problems, please call the CaTS Help Desk at (937) 775-4827 or 1-888-775-4827 for further assistance.