The Career Center at Wright State hosted the Career Fair Fall 2018 on Oct. 16 in the Student Union Apollo Room. Over 60 employers were on-hand to recruit Wright State students and alumni to fill roles in their organizations.
“It’s super great for Wright State to hold something like this,” said Alexandria McNay, a senior crime and justice studies major. “It’s really important for students to feel like they can come and find a job and that the university is helping them.”
Clothes That Work was assisted students with workplace-appropriate clothing and provided coaching services. “We know that as students go into the workforce they don’t necessarily have the resources to get the clothing they need,” said Kathy Morris, a volunteer for Clothes That Work. “We want them to come on down and check out an affordable option.”
For more information about the next Career Fair and future events, visit wright.edu/career-center.