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Not Sure Where to Start?
Choosing a career path and major to get you there can be daunting. You might come to college knowing exactly what you want to study. Or maybe you know what interests you or what career field you like to be in, but aren't sure what the path from degree to a job looks like. Maybe you have no idea what you want to do or want to switch to a different major. No matter where you are, Career Services is here to help you.
Take your self-assessment, TypeFocus, to help assess your personality, figure out your interests and goals, and narrow down some career options that may appeal to you. With this assessment, you can learn about careers that fit your personality and interests, compare different career fields or jobs, and learn more about what your own goals are. To log in to TypeFocus, email email@example.com to request your access code.
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.