Career Services connects people with people, and people with resources. We want to empower you to take control of your education—to turn your ambition into a meaningful career, cultivate your personal and professional network, and take advantage of the opportunities available to you. We can help you from choosing your major to landing that job offer before you graduate.
Students: Find a Job, Participate in Events
In Handshake, learn about Career Services workshops, presentations, career fairs, and employer-hosted events—both virtual and in-person. Review and apply for on-campus student employment, off-campus student employment (generalist positions), internships, co-ops, volunteer opportunities, fellowships, and career positions requiring college education. Pending and recent graduates: complete your First Destination Survey to share your plans after graduation.
Employers: Post a Job in Handshake
Post jobs, collect and review applications for student employment (generalist positions), internships, co-ops, volunteer opportunities, fellowships, and career positions requiring college education.
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Wright State English graduate Kristin B. Gyimah was inspired to write “Teddy Gets Glasses” by one of her children.
Wright State computer engineering major Celeste Irwin wants to use her medical and programming knowledge to work in research and product development in MRI-guided focused ultrasound.