The Ohio Means Internships and Co-ops (OMIC) has matching funds available through Wright State University - more than $1 million - to help strategic growth industries hire students.
Have a job to post?
- Find potential candidates by posting jobs
- Review résumés of students & alumni
- Register for recruiting events
So, what does that mean? You could get top-notch students ready to contribute to your business with up to a 50/50 match to costs. In other words, you could pay only 50% of the cost to employ one of Wright State's best and brightest Students!
Qualifying for OMIC Funding
If your business is listed in the following strategic growth industries, contact the Brandeberry Career Development Center for more information. Don't have an established co-op or intern program? One of our advisors will help you set up a program to take advantage of these funds.
- Aerospace and aviation
- Consumer products
- Financial services
- Food processing
- Information technology
- Advanced manufacturing
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