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Wright State is committed to helping you develop career and life-planning skills, acquire experience, master job search strategies, and seek rewarding employment. The Career Services office is available to help you with career exploration, student employment, cooperative education and internships, and career employment.
Looking for a job on campus? Students can participate in the Virtual Student Employment Job Fair in late July or early August for on-campus jobs, or find jobs throughout the year through their online database the Wright Search.
The Wright Search is also used for job seekers to post their resumes and sign up for on campus interviews, internships/co-ops and view recruitment days. The co-op and internship program is available beginning sophomore year, to students who meet requirements specified by their academic department. Co-ops and internships are work opportunities consistent with a student's course of study and may be full-time or part-time.
Learn more about how Career Services can help you plan your future.