Shocker Career Accelerator First Destination Survey

Congratulations on graduating, class of 2022! We want to hear about your next steps - fill out the First Destination Survey here!


Learn about our Events

As a Shocker Career Accelerator, we want to help all students gain professional skills in resume writing, interviewing, and preparing for that dream job. 

Get career ready by attending our events, such as career fairs, workshops, professional networking, lunch-and-learns, and more! Check it out today!


Where to next?

Career Pathways

Utilize our online tools, one-on-one career advising and professional career ready events to help with your career management!

Career Management
The WSU Shocker Career Accelerator is an excellent resource for those exploring career paths, interests, options and a blueprint for success.
Applied Learning
Gain the skills, connections and confidence needed for career success before you graduate with an applied learning opportunity!
Grad School

When thinking about applying or attending graduate and professional schools, it can be very different from your undergraduate experience.


Professional Development

Clothing Closet
WSU students who need free professional clothing for career fairs, interviews, and professional development opportunities should visit the Career Closet.
Appointments are required. Schedule an appointment through Handshake or by contacting (316) 978-3688 or
Head Shocks

The Shocker Career Accelerator offers free professional photos for Wichita State students for their LinkedIn profile or Handshake account.

Appointments are required. Schedule an appointment through Handshake or by contacting (316) 978-3688 or

Schedule an Appointment

Students in RSC


In this online career database for students and employees, you will be able to search and apply for on-campus employment, co-op/internship positions, and full-time employment! 

Learn about Handshake

Kansas Micro-Internships

WSU and Parker Dewey are excited to bring you Kansas Micro-Internships. These are short-term, professional, paid work experiences, many of which can be completed remotely. Typically, interns will work anywhere from 5 to 40 hours a week, and students can be selected for multiple Micro-Internships.

Learn about Kansas Micro-Internships


Start your research and network with prospective employers today! Use Buzzfile to profile employers across the nation.

Learn about Buzzfile