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Inside the White House 4

Part of the series: Inside the White House

Spencer Brannon is a senior political science and economics student at Wright State and recently concluded an internship at the White House.

This is the fourth and final post in a series of articles describing Wright State student Spencer Brannon’s experiences as an intern for the Executive Office of the President at the White House. My time at the White House is … Continue reading

Inside the White House 3

A blog by Wright State student Spencer Brannon

Part of the series: Inside the White House

Spencer Brannon is a senior political science and economics student at Wright State and recently concluded an internship at the White House.

This is the third in a series of articles describing Wright State student Spencer Brannon’s experiences as an intern for the Executive Office of the President at the White House. For national security and various legal reasons, I can’t describe … Continue reading

Video—Tips to Make Your Resume Stand Out

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Kim Gilliam, Ed.D., associate director of career services at Wright State University, discussed tips to make your resume stand out on “Living Dayton” on WTDN.

Inside the White House 2

A blog by Wright State student Spencer Brannon

Part of the series: Inside the White House

Spencer Brannon is a senior political science and economics student at Wright State and recently concluded an internship at the White House.

This is the second in a series of articles describing Wright State student Spencer Brannon’s experiences as an intern for the Executive Office of the President at the White House. In any big city, there’s always a lot going on. … Continue reading

Inside the White House 1

A blog by Wright State student Spencer Brannon

Part of the series: Inside the White House

Spencer Brannon is a senior political science and economics student at Wright State and recently concluded an internship at the White House.

I think that for a lot of people, going through the gate on Pennsylvania Avenue is when the significance of their work first hits them. Continue reading

Wright State students present wage gap project at National Conference for College Women Student Leaders

(L-R) Malaya Davis, Margaret Murray and Elly Shellhaas pose for a picture at the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders.

Two Wright State University students whose project aimed at closing the wage gap for women presented their work at the National Conference for College Women Student… Continue reading

Female students, professionals to collaborate in $tart $mart workshop

Blog ranks Wright State in top 5 for educating women about salary negotiating
Female students, professionals to collaborate in $tart $mart workshop

Most young women graduating from Wright State University hope that their college degree will earn them a good salary. Continue reading

Business attire donation drive and fashion show to demonstrate how to dress for success

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It’s no secret that in the professional world, you have to dress to impress. We Serve U, a staff and faculty community service group, is teaming up with Career Services and Clothes That Work… Continue reading

Recruiting Raiders: Job fair will draw employers, students and alumni

Recruiting Days for STEM and Business

Defense and construction contractors, a college consortium, a computer cabling manufacturer and agencies that help children and families will be among employers sifting for future employees… Continue reading

Goal of upcoming women’s leadership seminar: crack the glass ceiling

The Wright State Leadership Academy offers programs from their Cornerstones of Executive Leadership Series (for Managers, Supervisors and Leads), Executive Education Series (coming in 2013, a leadership series for Chairs, Directors and above); Wright State Women's Leadership Institute (Specifically focused on the unique challenges and realities faced by women in leadership roles), and their program for those new to a supervisory/leadership role or new to Wright State in a supervisory/leaderhip role - Leadership: The Wright Way.

The quest for equal pay and leadership opportunities for women in the workplace will be the focus of a leadership seminar designed for women at Wright State. Continue reading