Student and Alumni Information
Welcome to Cat Tracks – the online career management system for Wayne State College students, alumni, and employers!
Explore Jobs and Internships
You will be directed to fill out a short profile on their first visit to Cat Tracks. Now you are ready to search for part-time, internship and full-time job opportunities! NEW positions are posted daily, so check back often!
Career Fair Sign-up
Students are encouraged to sign up for the Career Fair. Signing up will allow you to receive a printed name tag upon entering the fair. RSVP for the career fair under the Career Events tab in Cat Tracks. Through Cat Tracks, you can create a profile page and upload your resume for employers, search for jobs and internships, and connect with our vendors.
How to Access Cat Tracks and RSVP for the Career Fair:
To access Cat Tracks, follow these instructions:
- Log in to myWSC
- Choose CatTracks from the application menu (choose Show More Applications if Cat Tracks isn't listed)
- Explore Jobs and Internships: Select Search Cat Tracks from the Jobs and Internship navigation menu on the left side of the page
- Career Fair Sign-Up: Select Career Fairs from the Events navigation menu on the left side of the page
Wayne State College (WSC) provides this open job board as a service to the college community. All job listings are posted at the discretion of WSC and may be removed at any time.
WSC does not screen or endorse either the employers who post on this site or the contents of the job postings. WSC makes no recommendation or guarantee about jobs listed and is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions or other aspects of off-campus employment. It is the user’s responsibility to perform due diligence and thoroughly research the integrity of each entity to which he or she is applying or accepting employment.
WSC urges all users to use care and caution when responding to any posting and to immediately report any concerns regarding postings to the Director of Career Services, Ms. Jason Barelman at 402-375-7425 or [email protected]. Suspicious or inappropriate postings may also be reported to law enforcement.